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Ukie is back from a brilliant gamescom
The corgis are back in the kennels, the bunting has been folded for another year, and the Ukie team are back on British soil following a fantastic week at gamescom 2015!
As Partner Country this year, it was our biggest gamescom yet, with more than 50 companies - members and non-members - joining us to exhibit on the biggest country stand at the expo. Over the three days, we welcomed over 2,500 guests to the stand.
Check out below the programme of events which will be held at Ukie's Royal Box presentation space at gamescom next week...
Gamescom 2015: What's On The Stand
With only one week to go until gamescom, now is the perfect time to check out what's happening on the royalty-themed UK Industry Stand this year! Keep an eye out for corgis, thrones, guards and plenty of royal bunting...
What's on the stand:
UK Stand Location: Hall 3.2 Stand # C010-D011
Royal Box Presentation Area Location: Hall 3.2 Stand # D012
Coffee and cups sponsored by Amiqus
Inspiration Week: A Video Game Ambassador's Experience
We recently caught up with Ryan Courtier, Producer at Kuato Studios, after his VGA activities at a local primary school.
Staffordshire University, one of our fantastic Student Members, is coordinating an event on the 29th of June about how to empower students with Unreal Engine 4, the professional game development tool created by developers, for developers.
Join Epic Games, Staffordshire University and fellow educators in computer science and animation, interactive design and game development to learn more about integrating Unreal Engine 4 into academic curriculum.
Dates for your diary
Ukie has some fantastic free upcoming events, all of which are open to members and non-members. Here are a few reminders to add them to your calendar!
9th June: How to trade with China
Covering everything you need to know about trading in the Chinese market, sponsored by Halo Financial. Register for this event here.
11th June: An introduction to eSports - SOLD OUT
Ukie Game Jam winners collect their trophy
Huge congratulations to Code Name Spy for winning the Ukie Student Game Jam 2015, who collected their well-deserved trophy yesterday.
This year's game jam was kindly sponsored by Square Enix's project Collective and NextGen Skills Academy. The jam, which was the 11th and 12th of May, saw 14 teams from Ukie's student membership competing against each other to create the best game possible in 36 hours, using the theme 'identity crisis’.