Turkey will host an international video game development camp
Türkiye’s technology and innovation hub, IT Valley, is set to host an international summer camp for video game developers next month.
Located in Kocaeli, a province in northwestern Turkey, the valley’s Digital Animation and Game Center (Digiage) will host game developers from 21 countries from September 1 to 11.
More than 1,000 game enthusiasts from all over the world, including Greece, France, Kazakhstan, Pakistan and Nigeria, are expected to attend the international game development summer camp.
Software developers, designers, writers, publishers, advertisers and game ecosystem managers are expected in person and online, staying in tents as they design their projects to pitch to an international jury during the 10 day camp.
“We aim to contribute to the production of value at the international level in the field of games. Bringing together young people from different cultures is very valuable, because diversity plays an important role in the generation of original ideas,” said Serdar Ibrahimcioglu, CEO of IT Valley. .
He pointed out that with the event, the Digiage will be imbued with an international dimension, adding that they hope to welcome more countries in the future.
Digiage was created to support the Turkish video game development ecosystem by attracting qualified professionals in the sector and contributing to the development of game studios with such camps. After a previous camp was held online in the winter, this summer camp will be held both online and in person.
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