MassDiGI provides a number of programs and services, all of which help to foster the growth and continued collaboration among the local gaming community – students, academia, game institutions, government and more. Just some of our programs and services include:

Virtual Production Laboratory

Get your technology into the hands of tomorrow’s developers, today!

The Virtual Production Laboratory will provide college and university students at member institutions access to the latest development environment for producing Triple A, Web and mobile games.

Member companies will provide technology and the technical team at MassDiGI will support and train college and university students across Massachusetts.

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Reverse Internship/Sabbatical

Spend time, in person or virtually, on campus or take a break from the daily grind of everyday work. Start a creative project working with teams of college and university students.

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Education Working Group

The Education Working Group (in formation) will bring together educators, technologists, researchers, policy makers and others interested in exploring the intersection of games and learning.

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Data Gathering/Benchmarking Working Group

The Data Gathering/Benchmarking Working Group will seek to develop a common data set that provides census and econometric information on the Massachusetts game industry for the purposes of understanding trends and opportunities.

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Summer Innovation Program

The MassDiGI Summer Innovation Program (SIP) is an eleven-week program that includes housing, resources, mentoring and game development tools to help student teams finalize an original video game and prepare it for launch.

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Live Code

Working with industry partners, MassDiGI’s Live Code gives college and university game development students the opportunity to work on real games in the market.

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  • 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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