Czech Game Developers Association
Czech Game Developers Association connects over two dozens studios from Czechia and together we help develop the Czech game development industry. In the two years of our existence, we have initiated many projects around education, employment, international representation, and media coverage of the industry. Through the extensive study and data collection, we have analyzed the gaming sector and published a Czech Game Development Industry study, which we update every year.
We connect businesses that focus on the development of digital games. Our members are both the biggest and most successful Czech companies as well as new and growing companies.
- Web: https://gda.cz/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GDACZ/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/GDACzech/
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/gdacz/
- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnrk5KS5AnGU1D10Ku4q2wQ
- Discord: https://discord.gg/wpFAbYv5HE
Czech Games Industry Study
The monitoring of the industry is the key project of our association. Our goal is to assess and present the importance of the games industry, its economic nature, impact, and specifics and benefits for the society. Our findings help set the correct direction for the games industry, identify places for improvement, and support and communicate the industry needs directly to the public sector.
GAMEHIGHED connects four universities and a game industry association in a 3-year project to develop innovative teaching programmes, open edu-resources [OER] and recommendations for higher education leading to game dev careers. Funded under Erasmus+, this is a Strategic Partnership with five Partners:
- Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland (Coordinator)
- University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
- Charles University, Czechia
- Bahcesehir University, Turkey
- Czech Game Developers Association
Czech & Slovak Games Week
An annual event celebrating the Czech and Slovak games. Usually held on the occasion of the national holiday of November 17th, which is celebrated nationwide in the Czech and Slovak Republic to commemorate the events of 1939 and 1989.