— WANTED– Presenter for Pilot of Irish video game culture television show. Are you that guy? Or girl? We’re looking for someone who understands the world of gaming, its culture and subtleties. We’re looking for someone who’s passionate about video games, someone out going, dynamic, likable, quirky & interesting. If you[...]
Animation Skillnet provides subsidised training solutions to the animation, games and VFX sectors in Ireland. They run subsidised, high-end, bespoke training courses designed and delivered by industry specialists and organise and support professional networking events and conferences for these sectors in Ireland and internationally. Upcoming Feb/March evening courses in Dublin and[...]
Animation Skillnet are delighted to team up again with Screen Training Ireland, the Irish Film Board and a host of top Irish Animation and VFX studios to run the second iteration of the highly successful graduate traineeship programme for the animation and vfx sectors in Ireland. The pilot programme[...]
Digit are hiring again in their Dublin office. They have jobs across Business, Creative, Technology and Product. See the list of jobs at https://www.digitgaming.com/careers/job-listings/ Don’t know much about them? See our last feature and interview.
German Translator for League of Legends (DUBLIN) Contract Type:Permanent, Full Time Location: Dublin, Ireland Reporting To: Localisation Operations Manager Company Profile Keywords is an international technical services provider to the global games industry. Established in 1998 in Dublin and now with operations in 13 studios across 10 countries, it[...]
Havok has been at the cutting edge of innovation in game development for over a decade. We provide cross platform game engine technology, mainly on AAA titles, with top clients such as EA, Sony, Activision, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bungie, Guerrilla, and DICE. We have a unique environment made up of talented,[...]
Animation Skillnet provides subsidised training solutions to the animation, games and VFX sectors in Ireland. They run high-end, bespoke training courses designed and delivered by industry specialists and they organise and support professional networking events and conferences for these sectors in Ireland and internationally. Check them out here: http://animationskillnet.ie/[...]
** Screen Training Ireland and Animation Skillnet are seeking applicants for a pilot one-year Traineeship Programme for Animation and VFX. The Traineeship programme aims to partner 10 trainees with 10 animation/VFX studios for one full year. Over the course of the programme, the trainee will work in-house in the studio[...]
The Bridge programme was set up to run short training courses to address or ‘Bridge’ the skills gap evident in the Games, Animation and VFX sectors between what education currently provides and emerging trends in the corresponding industry demands. As part of the programme, participants get to work in-house on[...]
So to kick off the final week of the Romeros in Ireland dubLUDO is hosting an event upstairs in Whelans at 25 Wexford St. in Dublin and Brenda Romero will be sharing some of her wisdom and experience of Design Documentation. This is a free to attend event and all are welcome,[...]
Over the past 3 years, The Women in Games conference has become the European forum for women working in and around the computer games industry.
Part of the week of games related events in Dublin and the CGames conf., Ernest Adams will give one of his well-received workshops on Games Design in Dublin. For more details and to register contact the organisers via http://www.comp.dit.ie/cgames/program.html Saturday 25th November, 2006 09:00 – 10:00 Registration 10:00 – 12:30[...]