Game Challenge - Winners, Runners Up and Honorable Mention teams- Fun!
Game Challenge - Two Worcester Winners - Play Nimbus team from Becker College and UMMS team
Game Challenge - Panelists Jeff Anderson of GSN, Tarrnie Williams of Roadhouse Interactive and Monty Sharma of MassDiGI
Game Challenge - Speaker Tom Lin of Demiurge
Game Challenge - Speaker Noah Heller of Atlas Venture
Game Challenge - Speaker Hank Howie of Disruptor Beam
Game Challenge - Mentoring Session
Game Challenge - Keynote Speaker Tarrnie Williams of Roadhouse Interactive
Game Challenge - Indie Winners and Runners Up
Game Challenge - Best Student Serious Game Winner - Jorge Yarzebski of UMMS and Monty Sharma of MassDiGI
Game Challenge - Grand Prize Winner and Best Indie Entertainment Game Category Winner Erik Asmussen of 82 Apps and Monty Sharma of MassDiGI
Game Challenge - Best Indie Serious Game Winner - Patrick Lindsay and Zoe Quinn of Depression Quest
Game Challenge - Overdriver.com Best Online Game Winner - Birnam Woods Games team and Tarrnie Williams of Roadhouse Interactive
Game Challenge - Judges - Game Industry Veterans
Game Challenge - Organizers Tim Loew, Elicia Basoli and Monty Sharma
Welcome! Please click around to learn more about the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI). We are a statewide center, designated by the Commonwealth, for academic cooperation, entrepreneurship and economic development across the Massachusetts digital and video games ecosystem.
Founded in 2011 and based at Becker College, MassDiGI is the result of creative collaboration among academia, state government and industry, aimed at fostering the growth of the game industry and innovation economy in Massachusetts.
- The 2013 MassDiGI Summer Innovation Program (SIP) begins on May 21 and conclude on August 9. SIP received 84 applications from students representing 24 institutions across the northeast for 22 positions. Click on the SIP link above or read the blog post on the right for more information.
- MassDiGI has committed to organizing the State of Play blog content for Boston.com, the Boston Globe’s online site. Authors interested in submitting a potential blog should click here to read the guidelines.