Ubisoft is proud to announce the second edition of its Indie series presented by National Bank. This annual competition for videogame independent development studios aims to offer funding, mentorship and creative, marketing and financial tools to help local studios and their games reach new heights.
In order to enter the competition, the independent studios must have between 2 and 50 employees and have previously launched at least one game. They should currently be working on a game that will be publish on PC, and possibly on other platforms.
Among the prizes for the winning studio, there is a $50,000.00 cash prize for its game project. A National Bank Special Prize of $25 000 will also be awarded.
For registration and competition’s details, click here.
The videogame industry is as vibrant as ever in Quebec. Several independent studios emerge with talented and creative young entrepreneurs leading them. With its Ubisoft Indie Series presented by Nathional Bank, Ubisoft wants to support these young entrepreneurs by sharing its knowledge and expertise and making them shine to ensure that Quebec stays a worldwide leader in this sector.
National Bank involvement in the contest builds on this history. It was founded in 1859 by and for entrepreneurs. As the Bank has grown, it has been there to guide tens of thousands of businesses through every stage of their development. Its experts offer support to businesses in a variety of sectors and have extensive experience in developing business models for tech companies.