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?
Graduate teams from the length and breadth of the country have been awarded grants by the UK Games Fund with the aim of taking their video games business to the next level. The annual Tranzfuser competition ran across ten regions of the UK. Each of the eighteen teams used a £5,000 prize to develop a […]
“Our Tranzfuser pioneers have all successfully delivered their prototypes in this short but intense 10-week period.”
“We’re delighted to have partnered with EGX to bring this fantastic opportunity to the Tranzfuser teams. The showcase represents a chance of a lifetime for graduate teams in terms of consumer exposure and the opportunity to pitch into the UK Games Fund”
“The UKGT website offers the UK games development community an open door to connect to our talent initiatives, regardless if they are a rookie games developer or industry veteran.”
“Tranzfuser is a fantastic opportunity offering graduates the ability to take their first steps post-university. For us personally, it means we can potentially set up our own independent company, something we aspire to do.”
“As a graduate you have to decide whether you are starting a business or building a game. If you are looking to have a lasting business, you need to plan beyond your first release as there are no guaranteed successes.”
“The network of Regional Hubs we’ve so far established is highly motivated to provide the best base for Tranzfuser participants across the UK. All are leading names in talent development, we’re delighted to have them join us in Tranzfuser.”
“The way in which Tranzfuser will become a fresh talent pipeline for the UK Games Fund is a real first.”