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    Game Challenge '14 - Grand Prize winner Jenna Hoffstein, founder, Little Worlds Interactive
  • SIP ’14 – Team picture
    SIP '14 - Team picture
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    Game Challenge '14 - Mentoring
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    Game Challenge '14 - Peer meeting
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    Game Challenge '14 - Opening remarks
  • Teams
    Game Challenge '14 - Winners
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    SIP '13 - Team picture
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    SIP ’13 - Mentoring
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    SIP ’13 - Demo time

 

Welcome! Please click around to learn more about the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI). We are a state-wide center, designated by the Commonwealth, for academic cooperation, entrepreneurship and economic development across the Massachusetts digital and video games ecosystem.

Established in 2011 and based at Becker College, MassDiGI is the result of creative collaboration among academia, industry and government, aimed at fostering the growth of the game industry and innovation economy.

Recent Announcements

  • New Save the date: The 2015 MassDiGI Game Challenge will be held on February 6 & 7. Stay tuned for more details.
  • New Announcing Mentoring on Demand, our new service for game entrepreneurs. Click here for more information.
  • New Statement regarding “GamerGate”:  Harassment within the video and digital game community is intolerable. Threats of violence are unacceptable and wrong. There is no place in the video and digital game community, or anywhere, for personal attacks and intimidation.
  • On occasion, MassDiGI has the opportunity to feed local game industry-related content to the State of Play blog on Boston.com (moving to BetaBoston.com) as well as to VentureFizz.com. Authors interested in submitting a potential blog should click here to read the general guidelines.
  • What people are saying…

    Massachusetts is not only one of the largest digital games clusters in the United States, representing a $2 billion industry and employing approximately 4,000 people [directly and indirectly] across the state, but we are also home to strong academic institutions focused on digital game design and development. This presents a real opportunity for MassDiGI to promote collaboration between academia and industry, nurture existing and new talent, and strengthen the industry’s growing presence in the Commonwealth. We’re excited about the partnerships already underway and the future collaborations this new institute will foster.
    Timothy P. Murray, Former Mass. Lieutenant Governor
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