Projects & collaborations
Game Accelerate South Sweden, or GASS for short, is a three year project funded through the European Regional Development Fund. The goal is to establish sustainable methods and processes that can enable more game studios to start up and establish themselves in southern Sweden. The project is a collaboration between Game Habitat, BBI, Minc, Ideon and BTH.
Game Startup Academy is a five-part workshop series focusing on the things you need to know in order to start-up your own game studio. Over the course of five online workshops the participants will get a chance to learn about things like how to find and build the right team, how to build a network and communicate your game, how to plan, develop and deliver their first game project and how to secure funding.
Game Startup Academy is run as part of the EU funded project Game Accelerate South Sweden (GASS), read more about the project above.
Game Startup Boostcamp is a two-month program running from mid April to June where we focus on team building and game concept verification. The program is very hands-on and will have you focused on prototyping, verifying and pitching your game while continuously working with team building.
Game Startup Boostcamp is run under the direction of our project partners BBI, as part of the EU funded project Game Accelerate South Sweden (GASS). Read more about GASS above.
Equal Gaming is a project run by Jämställd Utveckling Skåne in collaboration with Game Habitat to develop concrete best practices and equality methods in the games industry. The Swedish Ministry of equality finances the project. It will organize a number of activities concerning equality and inclusion, as well as create a handbook for how game studios and other actors in the game industry can further develop its work with equality.
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The Game Malmö is a visionary concept for creating a world-class game experience center in Malmö. The concept was developed in a joint process between The City of Malmö, Ubisoft Massive, Atrium Ljungberg and Game Habitat and was presented to the public in spring 2020. We’re currently exploring how to take this concept further.
Game Awareness (Spelkonsulent och spelkunnighet för barn och unga) is a project meant to create a better support structure for kids, youth and game culture in southern Sweden. To showcase all of the findings and increase knowledge of games as culture, we organized the Game Awareness Day 2020 together with Spelens Hus and Region Skåne’s culture department, who funded the project. Since the project and event targeted Swedish speaking youth and stakeholders, the event was in Swedish. Read more here…