Gamers Without borders - no one left behind
Ever wonder what makes a game tick? How does it all come together? In partnership with Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), GWB Learn will accompany you through the journey. Through gamified activities, webinars and hackathons, Gamers Without Borders will provide free training to those who are intrigued by the development of these mind-blowing games. Want to learn more? Join us on the journey to discover the digits and binaries that make up the game!
The Think Tech initiative is one of the digital knowledge initiatives in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, in cooperation with video games experts, to hold a number of digital meetups through Think Tech initiative and talk about the games industry and development, which will target different groups such as those interested in the field of game development, players, investors and even entrepreneurs.
MCIT, in cooperation with electronic games experts and innovators, intends to set up a virtual forum to present the ideas and experiences of individuals in the field of game development and invest in them, similar to TEDx conferences to talk about their experiences in the manufacture and development of electronic games.
Faith in the youth of Saudi Arabia. Think Tech is a digital knowledge initiative in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. It launches a second-edition Make It and Play It competition aimed at young people to teach them to programing, Making electronic games, guide them through the competition, discover their talents and support them.
The program aims to motivate entrepreneurs in the field of video games to develop games that compete with the global games of Indie Games, which target Indie developers to facilitate expansion and access to local and international markets.
We built Game Development Himma Bootcamp believing in the young Saudis capabilities. It is a technical bootcamp concentrates on game development by mastering the needed technical skills. For 14 weeks, participants will go through a well-designed learning journey starting from game designing, and Unity game engine. Then, participants get to learn game programming which includes characters movement, game environments, game controlling, 2D and 3D sounds, and multi-player games.