October 25, 2021

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Gaming professions in the spotlight

Gaming professions in the spotlight

February 22 to 26, 2021 Mons Game Week Video game professions give pride of place. The five themes were divided into five days, consisting of meetings and online workshops. Each day of the week, a theme is developed: creating a community between players and developers, existing training, creation of studios, possible funding and international partners. The initiative of this event Game Max, A label created last December with the aim of boosting the sector in the Mons region and in Belgium in general. There are currently 114 companies in our country in this field, of which 32 are from Valonia and Brussels. A man who has grown well in recent years.

GameWeek also highlights universities and training centers that offer options for video week careers. There is also the occasion to realize that many professions occasionally collaborate with this field: for example musicians, actors and translators.

Next to conferences and workshops, the organizers have planned moments dedicated to the game. On Wednesday evenings, for example, companies affiliated with the Game Max label come to present gamers’ new game presentations.

Participation in Game Week is free. Register Site D Game Max.

Among the speakers was Nicholas Stuykens, a Russian translation professor on Yumons’ faculty of translation and commentary, who translated transcripts from a video game produced by a Russian studio with his students.

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