Alemba is proud to be a local Hub for the 2019 Tranzfuser programme.
Surrey, and Guildford in particular, has a rich gaming heritage and is home to successful gaming studios such as Electronic Arts, Hello Games and Media Molecule.
We’re excited to help carry on this tradition by supporting and developing the new generation of games developers in the Surrey region as part of our community engagement programme.
Brought to you by UK Games Talent and Finance CIC, Tranzfuser is a government-funded UK talent development programme aimed at supplying a pipeline to enterprise and/or employment recognition for new UK games graduates, taking teams from concept and prototyping through to publishing.
During the 10-week programme, selected teams will receive:
The winner will receive follow-on funding from the UK Games Fund to commercialise their game and launch their company.
As a Tranzfuser Hub, Alemba will be hosting the Mediashake team at our Send office for the duration of the programme. The Mediashake team will have:
Mediashake is developing Project: S.A.M, an action-packed adventure game set in a futuristic world where the proliferation of nano-machines threaten the continued existence of the city of Zion, the last bastion of humankind.
Mediashake will have the opportunity to pitch their game idea at the Tranzfuser Pitch Event in September and compete for the chance to showcase their prototype at a high-profile national games show.
Find out more about the Tranzfuser programme here.
Follow Team Mediashake: @MediaShakeLtd
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