Tranzfuser competition success for UWS graduate team
A UWS creative computing graduate team recently secured success at the UK Games Fund’s Tranzfuser 2019 competition.
The competition saw the UWS team, Disco Reptile, receive £5,000 in two instalments over the summer to create a prototype of their game in preparation for the final at the UK’s biggest gaming show, EGX.
Disco Reptile – Calum Donaghy, Iffat Jabeen, Michael Smyth and James Clark – successfully pitched for further funding at EGX, which took place in London this October. The UWS graduate team was one of only four teams to be selected for further support for the continued development of their project from the UK Games Fund. They will receive grant funding of up to £25,000.
Tranzfuser™ is the popular talent development programme delivered by UK Games Talent and Finance CIC, working with a host of regional contributors and funded by UK Government.
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