University CCI lecturer, Dr Mark Eyles has won the Person of the Year award at the annual awards by the Games industry organisation, TIGA.
This year’s Best Game Design Award has been won by Matthew Whitby, who created a computer game that took place both on the computer and in the real world as a part of his final year project.
A scheme that accredits the best university games courses, created by lecturer Dr Mark Eyles of the University of Portsmouth Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has won the Outstanding Product/Service category at the 2017 Global Business Excellence Awards.
The TIGA Games Industry Awards are back for their fifth year and applications are now open. The awards recognise excellence in games development, business and education as well as celebrate the achievements of both small and large games development studios.
In its third year, the University of Portsmouth Game Design Jam is a great way of warming up those creative muscles ready for the full University of Portsmouth Game Jam that is happening from the 6th to 10th June.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are delighted to invite you to join their annual celebration of the talents of our final year students at the Graduate Show 2015, on Friday 29th May, 5-9pm, at the University of Portsmouth, Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth, PO1 2DJ. The show continues Monday 1st June-Friday 5th June, 10am – 4pm.
The University of Portsmouth has won Best Educational Institution Award from the leading games industry body.
Games development courses at Portsmouth were shortlisted for two awards by The Independent Games Developer Association (TIGA) awards which recognise and honour advances made across the industry.