More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft
EnDe
More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft

Application for Gamecity Hamburg program "Games Transfer" now possible

In order to increase the visibility of current game projects and to support the initiation of new business contacts, Gamecity Hamburg now promotes participation in online and in-person events for game developers and studios from Hamburg with the program "Games Transfer".

As part of the new Games Transfer funding program, Gamecity Hamburg supports game developers with up to 1,500 euros to ease access to events and exhibitions. The application is now possible. Find out more on the Games Transfer Funding page.

Who can apply?

Companies and individuals who have a company or business office or a residency in Hamburg, do not have more than 20 permanent employees and are active in game development are eligible to apply. The project to be funded must pursue a commercial utilization and the need for funding must be clearly justified in the application procedure.

What can be funded?

Eligible costs are those which are necessary to attend and carry out an online or face-to-face event and also the costs related to preparation for the event. This includes ticket costs, travel expenses, participation in workshops and panels or the creation of event specific marketing materials. 

How much is the funding and when is it paid out?

The maximum total funding per applicant is 1,500 euros per calendar year. Funding requires an own contribution of 20 percent of the calculated total costs. The Games Transfer grant is a non-repayable grant on a de minimis basis, which is paid out on the basis of the actual, documented total costs after the end of the event. Applicants can apply for support for participation in several events, provided that the total application sum over all events does not exceed the maximum sum of 1,500 euros.

Application Process

Games Transfer is an ongoing funding program. Applications can be made at the earliest four months before the event begins.

All information about the application process and the link to the application form can be found at the Games Transfer Funding page.

News

Gamecity Impulse: Panel-Discussion on Diversity Management in the Games Industry

What can games companies do to actively contribute to strengthen equality, diversity and inclusion in the industry and in games? And what challenges do studios, publishers and other games businesses - from large corporations to small indies - face in this field?

Recap: HAW Hamburg Display - Final Presentation 2021

On the evening of July 15, a large number of guests gathered at the Gamecity Online Hub! What was going on? The HAW Hamburg final presentation was going on. Read here what the Hub has to do with it.

Recap: Gamecity Forecast: Is work still a place?

A few weeks ago we held a working session titled “Gamecity Forecast: Is work still a place?” to discuss the future of workspaces in the games industry, as well as the challenging way leading there together with Hamburg-based games companies. Read here, what we found out.

Recap: Road to Nordic 2021

At the end of May 2021 we ran our "Road to Nordic" program: A total of 59 representatives game developers and publishers as well as students from Hamburg attended the Nordic Game Conference 2021 May edition as part of our Gamecity Hamburg delegation.

12 years of Playa Games

Congratulations to Playa Games on their 12th birthday! Founded in June 2009 in Hamburg, the studio landed a real hit right away with its first title, Shakes & Fidget.

Games Lift returns: Apply now to grow your game – like these developers did last year

Last year, Gamecity Hamburg launched the Games Lift Incubator. Five teams took their projects to the next stage during their time in the incubator. Now Games Lift is about to return.

Games Lift 2021 application phase has started

From June 21, the Games Lift incubator program launches its application phase for 2021, supporting five games developer teams in creating concepts for digital games with high market potential.

Games Lift Insights on July 8: Basic Market Analysis for Indies

On July 8, our Project Manager Maggie Schneider and Cassia Curran, Founder and Strategic Advisor of Curran Games Agency, will provide insights into the Games Lift Incubator program and host a workshop on market analysis for indie developers. The workshop will be held in English.

Job alert! We are looking for a Project Manager (m/f/d)

We are looking for a Project Manager (m/f/d) for Gamecity Hamburg (full- or part-time, for a fixed term as a parental leave replacement).

Hamburg offers online service to report hate speech

Hate speech isn't an easy topic - but one that every provider or operator of online communities should be aware of. To make it easier to inform the proper authorities about harassment and hate speech, the city of Hamburg now offers an online service for companies to directly report such activities.

Gamecity@School: Insights into the Games Industry for Hamburg school students

For a growing sector like the games industry, supporting the next generation of professionals is important. Step one: Sparking young people's interest in the games industry as a career option and giving them an overview of career paths and ways into the industry.

Hamburg Prototype Funding 2021: € 252,000 for 6 projects in first funding round

The six funded projects were selected by an awarding committee of games industry experts. The quality and number of applications show the great potential of Hamburg as a games hotspot. The application phase for the second funding round in 2021 starts on August 30.

More News
Cookies are used to make this website work and to enhance your experience.

To learn more about the types of cookies this website uses, see our Cookie Policy. You can decide for yourself which categories you want to allow. Please note that based on your settings, not all functions of the website may be available.

Cookies are used to make this website work and to enhance your experience.

To learn more about the types of cookies this website uses, see our Cookie Policy. You can decide for yourself which categories you want to allow. Please note that based on your settings, not all functions of the website may be available.

Your cookie preferences have been saved.