Hold on to the controllers, G-lyfe nation! The Game Development World Championship (GDWC) is back, and its leveling up like never before. The Winter Season 2023 now open for games; a new year can drop your latest digital masterpieces till the new year’s twelfth. The calendars will go on until February 2024, so the official name will reveal the champs.
Fournie and hive: books with all 12 categories; mash, cash, and printing.
And weren’t just talking about breaking rights here. The GDWC is making the rain with a total prize of 6,000. That isn’t a chump change, fam. This bounty will be split across 12 different awards category: from cool swag, software licenses, cold hard cash, to publishing deals with marketing & user acquisition. Yeah, you read it right.
Kiji & VRKiwi Join the Party: Expanding opportunities for mobile and VR players.
The sponsor list is already stacked. Skillz takes part in the game as a mobile category sponsor, but also by extending the field to three separate categories. Phone devs, listen up! Skillz offers multiple publishing deals in a range of $1050 per month. VRKiwi wants to see a publishing deal with almost 100 million people a year.
A firewall, a skill! DGWC Open to all levels of the tv community.
Whether you’re grinding out code in your mom’s basement or being part of a pro dev squad, GDWC is a no-paywall zone. This competition is open to all: from hobbyists, students to industry vets. Games from all digital realmsare welcome. You have the only obscene occurrence. Your game must have dropped from 1er August to 2022 for an anniversary.
Autumn Recap: The Year of the Summer Season: Setting the stage for a Heated Winter Season.
Before you mark the winter holiday in the GDWC, remember to watch the annual trophies for the winter season in the GDWC. The event will focus on summer season’s top games. Last season’s record was topped with more than 180 games in just a couple of months. The jury narrowed up their work to 58, in 11 categories.