#WeMakeGames interview series: Bobbi A Sand What is your background? “Already as a child I knew I wanted to work in the creative field, and… Read More »“I’d definitely recommend pursuing a career in the industry”
“Because of the game industry’s development and Malmö’s potential as a game hub, we from the city of Malmö decided to invest in the future… Read More »The game industry’s importance for Malmö – now and in the future
The city of Malmö increase its grant to Game Habitat to 1.6 million kronor yearly. The increased funding allow us to level up our existing commitments, in particular our communications efforts. The funding is an increase from the previous four years when the city has granted us 950.000 kronor yearly.
We’re happy to announce that SEB is joining Game Habitat as a Silver Partner! SEB has a long history of innovation and entrepreneurship and wants to enable people and companies to create a long-term positive impact on society.
We’ve got some exciting news! To further strengthen southern Sweden as the best environment for game development, we’re launching a brand new partnership program! The… Read More »Partnership announcement: AWS Game Tech
We’re happy to announce that Bobbi Augustine Sand is joining the Game Habitat team as a Project manager for Game Habitat’s Kids & Youth initiative.
We all know 2020 hasn’t lived up to the hype, but we’re hopeful we can still end on a positive note by looking back at the shiny little nuggets of joy amidst all the turbulence.
We’re thrilled to announce that Elin Arvidsson is joining the Game Habitat core team as our Project manager.