Join us on August 10 at 1:30pm for our annual SIP Open House! For more information and to RSVP, please click here.
Enjoy a great day with the Boston game dev community at the annual summer potluck. RSVP and information here.
Stop by The Learning HUb’s STEAM Fair at noon in the Barnes & Noble at The Shoopes at Blackstone Valley and play our games! Information here.
*Due to weather, this event has been postponed to July 16.*
Join us for SIP game demos and baseball on July 13 at Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field for Team USA vs. Team Japan. More info here.
Drop by MassTech Collaborative’s booth at Boston TechJam and play our games!
Deshpande Symposium for Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: June 12, 2017 – Lowell, MA
Hear MassDiGI executive director Tim Loew on a panel entitled “Higher Ed Drives Innovation: Maximizing Entrepreneurial, Funding, and Mentor Connections for Launching Start-Ups“. For more information on the symposium, click here.
Join us at TouchTomorrow: A Festival of Science, Technology & Robots at WPI. SIP17 teams will be on hand in the Sports & Rec Center demoing their games.
Join us as our SIP17 teams take part in the annual NCSSS Student Research Conference being held this year at Mass. Academy at WPI.
“Insight into the casino gaming world” by Floyd Barroga, MGC – Franklin M. Loew Lecture Series at Becker College: April 18, 2017 – Worcester, MA
Insight into the casino gaming world
When: Tuesday, April 18, 2017, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Becker College, Health Science Building 306/309, 51 Sever St., Worcester, MA
Floyd Barroga is currently responsible for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) Gaming Technology Test Lab, Network Operations Center & Technical Regulations (Electronic Gaming Devices). Previously he was the Manager of Jurisdictional Engineering & Program Requirements at Scientific Games (SG Interactive), one of the largest casino gaming companies in the world. With 10+ years’ casino gaming experience, in software/hardware development, online gaming, test engineering & technical compliance.
The Franklin M. Loew Lecture Series at Becker College is free and open to the community. This lecture is sponsored by MassDiGI. RSVP to lectures(at)becker.edu. Seating is limited.