Tartu Science Park promoting Game Camps teams at Pocket Gamer Connects in Helsinki
The Game Camps project partners, Tartu Science Park included, are promoting the Game Camps partnership and supported teams at Pocket Gamer Connects 2019 conference in Helsinki, October 1-2.
“As the project activities have been mostly carried out already, much of the team’s work is currently focused on gathering feedback from people involved and preparation of final reports of the Game Camps experience. We have supported a wide range of teams throughout the Game Camps events and acceleration program. Participating Pocket Gamer Connects is the final public event for the team to wrap up the activities and support the teams close to publishing their games,” said Game Camps lead partner Teemu Saarelainen.
Game Camps is an initiative carried out from 2017-2019 to strengthen cross-border ties between the Baltic Sea countries’ game industries. It has been a great opportunity to meet new people within the industry, show off skills and learn about what it takes to create a game from start to finish. The main goal has been to help establish at least 10 cross-border game companies over the years, working with no less than 240 aspiring game developers from Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Sweden. Game Camps is co-financed by the EU INTERREG Central Baltic program.
For enquiries, contact Tartu Science Park project manager, Henri Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +372 53097706
Project website: http://gamecamps.info
Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki website: https://www.pgconnects.com/helsinki