2014 Game Challenge

 

 

The MassDiGI Game Challenge is a one-of-a-kind competition and event that helps aspiring game developers launch new games. The MassDiGI Game Challenge will be held on March 7-8, 2014 at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA; featuring industry mentors, panel discussions, keynote talks and great prizes – you won’t want to miss this!

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Registration for both competing teams and general attendees is on a first come, first serve basis, so we encourage all interested parties to sign up as early as possible.  There is a cap to the number of teams that can enter. Competing teams are required to provide team details (team name, captain contact info, member list, etc.) and a game concept description during the registration process. We encourage all potential competitors to read the competition rules in full prior to registering to ensure that you qualify. Teams and general attendees can register here:

The registration period has closed. Read about the 2014 Game Challenge results here.

*Once registration has closed, latecomers may be added to the wait list or considered on a case by case basis. Contact us at info(at)massdigi.org for details.

The Game Challenge will feature…

Competitive Game Challenge w/ Great Prizes:

Enter your game concept or prototype in one of three levels (Indie, College and High School) and in one of two categories (Best Entertainment Game or Best Serious Game). Winners in each category will receive great prize packages – from cash and/or gift cards, experiential prizes, industry mentorship, game promotion/PR opportunities and much more. In addition, all college teams are eligible to be considered for the 2014 MassDiGI Summer Innovation Program.  Check out our list of prizes here, as well as the competition rules here.

Robust Mentorship Program:

One of the highlights of our event has been the opportunity for teams to meet one-on-one with industry mentors to provide valuable insight  on each team’s entry. This year, participating teams will have a chance to sign-up for mentor meetings in the expertise areas of Art, Design, Business and Technology. Check out our 2014 mentors here and then sign up here.

Educational Programming:

Day 1 of the Game Challenge will feature sessions to help teams fine-tune their pitch for the judging committee. Mini-sessions will focus on the topics of art, design, business and technology. View our initial schedule here (subject to change).

Indie Game Showcase:

What would a Game Challenge be without a few games to play! The Massachusetts Indie community is full of extremely talented individuals with great ideas on the cutting edge of game development. Teams and general attendees will have a chance to network with and, more importantly, play some of the great Indie games created in our own backyards.

Register Now! 

Registration for both competing teams and general attendees is on a first come, first serve basis, so we encourage all interested parties to sign up as early as possible. There is a cap to the number of teams that can enter. Competing teams are required to provide team details (team name, captain contact info, member list, etc.) and a game concept description during the registration process. We encourage all potential competitors to read the competition rules in full prior to registering to ensure that you qualify. Teams and general attendees can register here:

The registration period has closed. Read about the 2014 Game Challenge results here.

*Once registration has closed, latecomers may be added to the wait list or considered on a case by case basis. Contact us at info(at)massdigi.org for details.

  • What people are saying…

    This past summer was, without a doubt, the most productive, amazing, incredible, fun time I have had in my college life. I can’t thank MassDiGI enough for the experience it allowed me to have with the other incredible artists and programmers I was able to meet and work with. The staff and every mentor who stopped by helped us believe in ourselves and created a fantastic game dev environment for all of us. If there’s one thing I learned from this program, it’s that you won’t discover what you are capable of until you just go out and try your best at something.
    Renzo Heredia, Berklee College of Music '15 and SIP '14
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