The Scottish Games Network has already been fighting for the games industry in Scotland for a while now. It has been tirelessly promoting games and companies when they haven’t even realised they needed promoting. So it only seems right and proper that the network, fronted by ultra games luvvie Brian Baglow, should be relaunched today as an official industry body.
The Scottish Games Network now offers a single unified and strategic contact point for Scotland’s diverse games sector. In their own words: “Scotland’s games industry has been a pioneer since the late 1980s, when it boasted six studios producing titles including Lemmings, Grand Theft Auto, Crackdown, HEDZ, Formula 1,Braveheart, Midnight Pool, Harry Potter Quidditch and many more.” – yeah and let’s not forget about Bad Hotel, Other, Mr Shingu’s Paper Zoo and of course Minecraft on the 360 – Scottish games are flourishing.
Baglow says, “The original Scottishgames.net was founded as a community to enable the growing games industry in Scotland to ask questions, discuss the industry and meet peers and colleagues. It has grown since then to become the focal point for the industry as a whole.”
The transformation into a limted company isn’t a product of his many appearances on the telly defending Grand Theft Auto recently, but rather the fruits of decades of work on behalf of the industry. We salute you!
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