BSGI Themed Workshop: Bridging the Gap


- 2021-10-30



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Serious Games Business Development Workshop

The aim of the workshop is to support you, teams who have or with to venture into the field of serious game development, and accompany you in the step towards long-term company funding.

Prof. Thomas Bremer, head of the Game Design program at the University of Applied Science Berlin, together with experienced serious game developers and mentors will be on site to address your individual questions, concerns and wishes when it comes to strengthening your business in the long term.

As this is a pilot project, it is the perfect opportunity for you to help shape the future of the European games industry.

When? 28.10.2021-30.10.2021

Where? DE:HIVE center for Games, University of Applied Sciences Berlin Slabystraße 12, 12459 BERLIN, Germany. Remote participation is also possible in limited numbers.

What? Three-day workshop on long term financing for serious game start-ups.

• Three-day workshop on long term financing for serious game startups.
• Pitch your project/company and get feedback from our experts
• Discuss with the experts how to approach the market with your product
• Share your knowledge and experience with other teams
• Build a business model for your individual company
• Establish a long term financing concept with the help of our experts

The mentors – experts from the field of serious games, incubation and science:

  • Prof. Thomas Bremer, Head of Game Design at DE:HIVE center for games
  • Prof Dr. Stefan Göbel, Head of Research on serious games, university Darmstadt
  • Hendrik Rump, CEO of Quantumfrog
  • Dr. Christian Rauda, legal counsel of the German Internet Association and specialized in media law
  • Dr. Martin Thiele-Schwez and Anne Sauer from Playful History

Please register with the application tool: or contact Friedrich Schadow for more information:!

We are looking forward to welcoming you at DE:HIVE!

The project Baltic Sea Game Incubation is financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund, within the programme Interreg Baltic Sea Region.

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