Membership benefits

When becoming a member you invest in the Swiss game industry that will help games in Switzerland in general.

  • You make it possible that the SGDA can act as a spokesperson for game development in Switzerland. With over 300 members we are the strongest association for games. The more we are, the stronger we get and the greater the influence on politics, the general impression of games in Swiss society and the possibilities game developers have in our country.
  • You can get competitive insurance policies thanks to our partnership with Fairsicherung.
  • You can get legal advice as an individual, professional or institutional member thanks to our partnership with Kellerhals Carrard.
  • You can attend the Swiss Game Award for free or for excellent conditions (please note the event’s limited capacity). The SGDA has created Switzerland’s first game industry award that honours the excellence of Swiss games.
  • You support the youngest talents in our industry. We have started partnerships with Informatiktage, Schweizer Zukunftstag and the organisation of the Student Swiss Game Awards.
  • As a member, you get visibility
    • through booths on festivals
    • through the pitching of Swiss games at publishers and meetings
    • through event partnerships like Fantoche and Fantasy Basel as well as close ties to Swiss institutions like Pro Helvetia and SuisseCulture.
    • through our digital channels. Thanks to our public and media activities, the SGDA website is the web presence that is found nationally and internationally when it comes to Swiss game development. With this you become visible as a member through the member directory. The same goes for our LinkedIn, X, Facebook and newsletter channels with hundreds of readers that are interested in the Swiss game industry.
  • You can vote on industry issues and where the association is directing to. The SGDA is an independent body, that has its members as driving force.
  • You support the SGDA’s importance on a political level. As a political force the SGDA promotes the importance of games on a national and regional level and we make statements on political issues so games get heard.
  • You make partnerships possible with other political organisations that share our interest for games.
  • You can profit of a network of like-minded professionals with which you can exchange knowhow and partner up with.
  • You enable and can attend industry events. Talks, panels and conferences.