SGDA launches 2nd award edition to scout for young talent

The second edition of the SGDA Junior Game Awards is right around the corner. In cooperation with the gameZfestival the Swiss Game Developers Association SGDA calls all children, adolescents and young adults who craft, invent and design their own games. Whether it’s a puzzle or action game, created for the Matura degree or a school … Read more

Gamespace Summer BBQ – July 18th

The yearly BBQ is coming up! Meeting point: Zurich HB Treffpunkt on Monday, 18.7, 19:00. Bring your drinks, snacks and something to BBQ. More infos on the Meetup page.

Digital Festival, September 15 – 18th (Call for exhibitors)

The Digital Festival is a meeting on relevant topics for the Swiss economy and an opportunity to discuss questions about a digital future. Thanks to the cooperation of the Digital Festival and the SGDA, Swiss Game Developers have the opportunity to exhibit their game and get in touch with digital start-up founders, established brands, programmers and CEOs. Contact us … Read more

WHY SO SERIOUS? Serious Games in Neuchâtel on July 4th

The Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) is in full swing. On Monday, July 4th, games are taking over the stage under the label IMAGING THE FUTURE. WHY SO SERIOUS? is the topic of this year’s game track featuring Serious Games projects in health, social and education fields developed by Swiss institutions and companies. More infos about the … Read more

PlayStation Switzerland works with SGDA to bring award winning Swiss games to the public

Every 3rd year, one of the biggest public summer events takes place in Zurich, the Züri Fäscht. With the help of PlayStation we take this opportunity to present the release of the SGDA Swiss Game Award winner Dreii for PlayStation 4 at the Sony booth on Bahnhofstrasse. In the PlayStation truck players will be able to experience the fantastic multiplayer physics … Read more

SGDA Panel (in German): «Backing game development – framework, support possibilities and alternatives»

In a continuing series of panel discussions, SGDA organizes a panel discussion with top-class speakers from the political landscape such as councillor Ruedi Noser (Ständerat Zurich, FDP) and national councillor Min Li Marti (Nationalrätin Zurich, SP) and industry organisations such as Hendrik Lesser (president European Games Developer Federation EGDF). Game journalist Marc Bodmer moderates the panel. Topic: «Backing game development – … Read more