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

gamecity:Hamburg mit erfolgreichem Messeauftritt auf der gamescom 2019

Sieben Hamburger Unternehmen und Start-ups präsentierten sich auf dem gamecity:Hamburg Gemeinschaftsstand auf der gamescom 2019. Mehr als 500 Gäste begrüßte gamecity:Hamburg bei zwei Events am vergangenen Dienstag – dem Fischbrötchenempfang auf dem Messestand und dem ersten Games Compass Hamburg auf der gamescom, der gemeinsam mit InnoGames veranstaltet wurde.

Die Hamburger Spielebranche präsentierte sich mit innovativen Newcomern und starken Unternehmen auf der größten Computer- und Videospielmesse der Welt in Köln. Zum ersten Mal lud gamecity:Hamburg bereits am Fachbesuchertag zum Netzwerken zum traditionellen Fischbrötchenempfang.

Tim Angerer von der Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg und Dennis Schoubye, neuer Projektleiter von gamecity:Hamburg begrüßten zusammen mit Michael Zillmer, COO und Gründer InnoGames, zum Fischbrötchenempfang auf dem neu gestalteten 232 qm2 Gemeinschaftsstand.


„Unser diesjähriges Standkonzept mit der Kombination einer offenen Lounge-Fläche und zusätzlichen Konferenzräumen ist bei Besuchern und Ausstellern gleichermaßen gut angekommen. Wir freuen uns über das positive Feedback und eine erfolgreiche gamescom für unsere Aussteller“, so Dennis Schoubye.

InnoGames, größter Aussteller am Stand und einer der führenden Entwickler und Publisher von Browser- und Mobile Games, brachte am Dienstagabend beim Games Compass zusammen mit gamecity:Hamburg internationale Führungskräfte und Entscheider aus der deutschen Spielebranche zusammen.

Die gamescom bedeutet nicht nur für etablierte Unternehmen das Treffen mit internationalen Business-Kontakten, auch junge Unternehmen und Start-ups profitierten von wertvollen Meetings auf der Messe. So unterstützte gamecity:Hamburg zwei Nachwuchsteams, Bagpack Games und Team Octofox, und ermöglichte ihnen die Teilnahme an der Indie Arena Booth, der größten Plattform für unabhängige Indie Games mitten in der Entertainment Area in Halle 10.2.

Was für unsere Aussteller die Teilnahme an der gamescom am Gemeinschaftsstand der gamecity:Hamburg bedeutet, erklären sie im beigefügten Video.



Everspace Developer ROCKFISH Games Celebrates 10th Anniversary

What began in 2014 with the idea of the two experienced developers Michael Schade and Christian Lohr and an empty office has become a permanent studio fixture in Hamburg 10 years later. ROCKFISH Games now has 25 employees and established itself as an institution in the Hamburg studio landscape.

Successful third Pitch Level Up 2024 in SPACE Hamburg

For the third time, about 80 participants were able to gain valuable expert knowledge from our talks at our Pitch Level Up event and review and optimize their pitch decks and pitches for their game projects in 1:1 feedback sessions. 

Hamburg Games Conference: 5 Things to Do in the City

Are you visiting our beautiful city for the Hamburg Games conference? We recommend to stay a while and explore some of the unique sights Hamburg has to offer. After all, it is one of the most popular cities to visit in Europe. Here are five things you should do when travelling to town for the Hamburg Games Conference (besides visiting the conference of course)

Road to Hamburg Games Conference - 7 Hamburg indies present their games

The Hamburg Games Conference is just around the corner - 2 days of expert insights, talks, panels, roundtables and networking from March 5 to 6 at the Altonaer Museum. With our Road to HGC program, we present seven Hamburg indie studios that will showcase their games on the conference expo floor.

Senator's Roundtable 2024 brings industry decision makers and politics together

As in previous years, Dr. Carsten Brosda, Senator for Culture and Media, and Gamecity Hamburg invited executives from the gaming industry to the Senator's Roundtable 2024 to discuss current challenges and topics within the industry.

Get your ticket now for the HGC 2024

Hamburg Games Conference: Gaming meets Business 2024

On March 5 and 6, the Hamburg Games Conference (HGC) will become the meeting point for international games companies and start-ups, as well as all those who want to understand the underlying issues and are aiming for cooperation with games studios.

Internship Games at Hamburg Game Studios

School Internship Games January 2024: Learned a lot

For three weeks, 16 young people from Hamburg schools were able to get a taste of the games industry in a games internship. They visited two Hamburg game studios and the HAW Hamburg.

Ole Jürgensen, Founder & CEO of Crumbling

Three Questions to: Crumbling on their Release Day

Crumbling has been with Gamecity Hamburg from the start: Part of the first round of our Games Lift Incubator in 2020, they then convinced the jury of the Prototype funding in 2021. In addition, we have fond memories of sharing a booth at different conventions with the lovely Crumbling Team - so we are beyond excited about the release of this VR gem on January 18 and took the opportunity to speak with Ole about his (game dev) adventure.

Pitch Level Up 2024: Boost your pitch with expert feedback!

The Pitch Level Up is back! Join in on February 16, 11 am - 6 pm: Get individual feedback on your pitch deck from seasoned games industry professionals with different perspectives - to optimize your pitch for publishers, media, investors or funding institutions.

School Internship Games 2024 starts on January 8

From January 8 to 26, 2024, Hamburg games companies will once again open their doors for the School Internship Games: a comprehensive three-week internship for 16 students from 9th grade. Game developers and media educators provide practical tasks in game design, programming, audio and many other professional fields, in order to give the interns valuable insights in the process of creating video games.

Recap 2023 and Lookout for 2024

One minute we're celebrating Gamecity Hamburg's 20th anniversary, then 2024 is just around the corner. So it's time for us to take a look back at the milestones of 2023 and set new goals for the coming year! And because most of us have little time in the last few weeks of the year, here are the most important periods and application deadlines for our projects and funding for 2024 at a glance. But first things first: Let's briefly summarize the year 2023; after all, you don't celebrate 20 year anniversaries every year.

Games Lift: We’ll keep in touch

Is the Games Lift Incubator 2023 already over? Not exactly. But the first phase is, and on the occasion all teams presented their projects and progress: It’s the graduation pitch on December 5 at Design Zentrum Hamburg! 

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