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

Die 9. Hamburg Games Conference in Bildern und Videos

Unter dem Motto "Play it: The Future of Games and Films" fand am 5. April die 9. Hamburg Games Conference statt. Hier gibt's Bilder und Videos eines spannenden Nachmittags und Abends.

Die Besucher der 9. Hamburg Games Conference bekamen einiges zu hören und zu sehen: Erfahrene Sprecher und spannende Vorträge rund ums Thema Transmedia, um die Berührungspunkte und Schnittmengen von Film und Spiel zeichneten die gehaltvolle Veranstaltung aus, die auch in diesem Jahr ihre Heimat in der Bucerius Law School fand.

So hielt beispielsweise Christian Fonnesbech, Head of IP bei Nordisk Film Games die Keynote, Bengt-Oliver Stellmann von Garlic Games Media sprach über ein AR-Game zu einer Graphic Novel vom Carlsen Verlag und Niklas Wilke von PriceWaterhouseCoopers präsentierte Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten.


Wer nicht anwesend sein konnte, sollte sich ein bisschen grämen - schließlich haben er oder sie tolle Gelegenheiten zum Networking verpasst. Aber zu großer Ärger ist fehl am Platz: Die Gamecity:Hamburg hat die komplette Konferenz live übertragen, sämtliche Vorträge sind auf YouTube zu finden. Wer auf die Themen klickt, kommt direkt zum Video des jeweiligen Programmpunkts.

Less risk, more value: Create your IP for ALL media
Christian Fonnesbech (Head of IP Development, Nordisk Film Games)

Case Study: Vom Album zum Buch, Film und Game und vom Film zum VR-Game - Erfahrungen aus Transmedia-Projekten
Michael Geidel (Produzent für Film und Games, MiriquidiFilm Leipzig)

Case Study: Die Workflows von „Trüberbrook" – Was man aus der Filmproduktion für Games-Development lernen kann
Hans Böhme (btf GmbH)

Case Study:AR-Game zur Graphic Novel „Der nasse Fisch" vom Carlsen Verlag
Bengt-Oliver Stellmann (Creative Director, Garlic Games Media GmbH)

Case Study
Petra Monheim (Founder, Goodbye Kansas Germany)

Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten
Niklas Wilke (Partner, PriceWaterhouseCoopers)

Und auch die anschließende Veranstaltung - der Gamecity-Treff mit 12min.NEXT zum Thema "Games & Gamification" - hat's auf die YouTube-Seite der Gamecity Hamburg geschafft. Hier ist das Video - wir wünschen viel erbaulichen Spaß beim Gucken!


Games Lift: Meet you at the top

For its 2023 edition, the Games Lift Incubator launches with a new space, new concepts, five brand-new teams - and with years of experience.

Games Lift Kick-Off 2023 in New SPACE Innovation Rooms

On Monday, September 11, 2023, the official kick-off of the Games Lift Incubator 2023 took place in the new SPACE innovation space of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft.

Road to Polaris - Gamecity Hamburg brings 5 indie games to the convention

From October 13 to 15, Polaris, Hamburg's new community convention dedicated to gaming, anime, manga, and Asian pop culture, will open its doors for the second time.

Recap: gamescom 2023

gamescom 2023 was a blast once again – we met some people we rarely see throughout the year otherwise, made new connections and, most importantly, enabled five studios from Hamburg to present their games at the shared Gamecity Hamburg Booth at the Indie Arena Booth.

Hamburg: The Right Place for Your Next Career Level

Hamburg is home to a vast and growing games industry landscape, with over 200 games companies and roughly 2,450 people working in the games sector. Let’s introduce you to the vast amount of companies, educational programs and resources for reaching your next career level.

How to: Make the most of gamescom 2023

For some new members of the industry gamescom 2023 might be their very first visit at the biggest German gaming convention and one of the most important games events worldwide, while others might appreciate a quick refresher on what's going on at gamescom. It's big, it's crazy and it's a lot of fun! Let's take a look at how you can make the most of it as a business visitor.

Road to Polaris 2023 - Apply until August 28

The community convention Polaris takes place on October 13-15 with a three-day program including gaming, e-sports, anime and manga, cosplay, and content creation. Gamecity Hamburg provides free booth packages for Hamburg-based developers, teams, and studios. This way you can present your games, prototypes and demos to the audience and collect direct feedback from your target groups. Applications are open until August 28!

InnoGames Forge of Empires generates one billion euros in lifetime revenues

In 2012, the Hamburg-based developer studio InnoGames launched their strategy hit Forge of Empires, which is still enjoying huge popularity more than 11 years after release. Now, Forge of Empires has surpassed one billion euros in sales. A huge milestone for InnoGames, which shows that successful games can generate significant profits even after years.

Three Questions to: Tiny Roar on their partnership with AONIC

Tiny Roar has become a small institution here in Hamburg since its founding in 2015, both with their original titles, such as their current project "Wanderful" and through collaboration with other studios. This week they announced their partnership with the Swedish investor AONIC, who is now the majority shareholder of Tiny Roar. We took this opportunity to speak to one of the two founders, Maurice Hagelstein, about what this news means for the studio and its future.

Bigpoint celebrates 20 years anniversary

With titles like Farmerama, Seafight and DarkOrbit Reloaded, Bigpoint has been a leading player in the games industry in Hamburg and beyond and is celebrating more than 20 years anniversary! We took this amazing opportunity to talk with Managing Director Michelle Zou about the company and future developments.

Neurodactics releases math learning app Mambio

2021 the Hamburg math learning app Mambio by neurodactics GmbH was supported with 39,273€ with Gamecity Hamburg's prototype funding and 1,172 360€ from the BMWK and has now successfully celebrated its final app release on June 26.

The five winning teams of Games Lift Incubator 2023

Games Lift 2023: These are the five teams

For 2023, five great teams of Hamburg game developers impressed the awarding committee of the Games Lift Incubator with their exciting projects.

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