“Don’t worry about what anyone is else is doing – just focus on your craft, observe people, observe the world ad don’t be scared to confront your limitations too.”
“I think what we are doing is amazing all the time. I’m only 22 and when I tell people I run a games studio, the look on people’s faces re-asserts in my mind that what we are doing is amazing!”
With only two months now to go until the Tranzfuser 2017 showcase at EGX, excitement is now building. We’re looking forward to discovering what awaits the best of the UK’s games development talent.
“Having all teams together today in the heart of the one of UK’s central media hub is a highlight of this year’s competition.”
The UK’s creative industries are one of our biggest success stories and a big part of that is our leadership in video game production. Now we need to nurture the next generation of talent, and the Government’s UK Games Fund and Tranzfuser have been set up to do exactly this. I wish all the entrants good luck in the competition and look forward to seeing the prototypes as they develop.
Three pioneering organisations have been recognised for their contribution to the UK Games Talent’s Tranzfuser competition after grants from the UK Games Fund were awarded in their names. Digital Creativity Labs (DCL) in York, Eastern Enterprise Hub in the South East of England and the University of South Wales (USW) each selected an industry start-up […]
Three teams who took part in a major UK games competition are celebrating after receiving top-up funding from the UK Games Fund. Cold Sun Studios and Astro Manatee from South Yorkshire and Shiny Happy Studios from London all received prize money after taking part in Tranzfuser 2016. Now, each team will receive a top-up grant […]
This year, Tranzfuser applicants are required to produce a short video pitch. We’re hosting a series of Application Support Webinars to help you create the best pitch you can.
Designed to provide a platform for creative leaders of the future, Tranzfuser is aimed at graduates looking to break into the games development industry, with a strong focus on getting their game to market.
For graduates looking to make it in the games industry, standing out from the crowd and letting their creativity shine has never been more important. But what opportunities are out there to transform the great ideas of top games talent into actual games?