Three games companies Stray Fawn, Ateo and David Stark are offering office space on Hohlstrasse in Zurich and a mentoring program to budding games developers. The Swiss Game Hub is aiming to aid the development process for new game ideas and bring these to market maturity.

Simply programming a game is not enough, as a report on startupticker.ch quotes from the call for proposals issued by Swiss Game Hub. “You also have to plan the marketing and exchanging ideas between different teams can be really beneficial in this area especially”, the reports explains further.

With the Swiss Game Hub, three games companies Stray Fawn, Ateo and David Stark want to support budding games developers in the implementation of their ideas. To this end, they have at their disposal office space on Hohlstrasse in Zurich and a mentoring program. The report explains how the Swiss Game Hub will consult with and support both individuals and teams working on computer game projects at all stages of development in terms of project management, design, marketing and sales. Applications can be submitted up to December 18, 2019.

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