Qvarken Game Lab

Qvarken Game Lab continues to work on developing the gaming industry in rural Finland and Sweden. The project, which is led by Novia University of Applied Sciences, has received funding from Botnia Atlantica. Partners in the project are Centria Polytechnic, Åbo Akademi University, Skellefteå Science City and Kramfors Municipality. The gaming industry is a growing […]

INNOVATION GAME 2.0

A stronger game industry in the region with more game studios, higher turnover, more employees and more equality witch will lead to creation of a number of international game successes. Innovation Game 2.0 is a continuation of the first project: Innovation Game. It is a cooperation project between Skellefteå Science City (owner), Luleå Business Region, […]

GAMING CLUSTER COLLABORATION IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION

The aim of Gaming Cluster Collaboration in the Baltic Sea Region is to build a platform for cooperation between gaming clusters and gaming projects across the region. This is the first step to get to know each other and share ideas and challenges on how to strengthen the gaming companies. One concrete aim is to […]