Encourage more young women to consider a career in the games industry by offering advice on the many roles available across the market Nurture their careers via mentoring and self-development Fuel their ambitions to help them become the games industry’s future leaders “Here at Testronic we are actively recruiting more female testers, highlighting that a job in QA is often a stepping stone to a career elsewhere in the games industry,” offered Localisation QA Manager Gaelle Caballero. “We’re excited to be further pushing this commitment to closing the gender gap with the launch of the Testronic 50% Initiative and invite our publisher and developer friends to join us.” … [Read more...] about Testronic Launches New Initiative To Encourage More Women Into The Games Industry
We’re also hosting a special Invitation Program that gives everyone $1 per person they refer to sign up for StreamCraft! If you refer 1,000 people? That’s an extra $1,000 in your pocket! It’s like a Stimulus Package to get your streaming career rolling, StreamCraft is serious about becoming the best and most rewarding streaming platform in the business. … [Read more...] about Is StreamCraft Going To Beat Twitch As The New Darling Of Game Streaming Platforms?
#2: Bullet Force Bullet Force multiplayer is an FPS, which opens a whole new world for the browser games niche. So, if you like MilSim games and enjoy participating in various missions where your primary goal is to eradicate the enemy team before they get to you, Bullet force is quite a nice choice. … [Read more...] about [Guest] Best Multiplayer Browser Games
The terms of the judgement permanently bar Yakovenko from creating or using cheat software in any current or future game owned by Epic Games, or even assisting anyone with creating or using a cheat for one of Epic’s games. Both parties will be paying their own legal fees, and it looks like no monetary penalty will be taken against Yakovenko. … [Read more...] about Another Epic Games Lawsuit Settled With Permanent Injunction
CIG is naturally going to fight this claim, and understandably the wording in the license agreement is incredibly vague for the kind of contract where every line should be worded to remove any doubt or wiggle room for interpretation. To the layman, the wording of the agreement seems to indicate that the license does indeed require CIG to exclusively embed CryEngine and no other engine. As far as contracts like this go, however, such a definition of exclusive is not standard by a long shot. Exclusive in these sorts of agreements is generally understood to mean that Crytek would be granting the license to CIG alone and no other company in the agreement, rather than obligating CIG to use said engine. … [Read more...] about In Plain English: Crytek V Cloud Imperium Games (and RSI)