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The Gaming Industry Could Get Bigger in Scotland

The Scottish Games Network has officially launched.
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The Scottish Games are no longer just about the traditional highland games such as the tossing of the caber. Thanks to Brian Baglow, formerly of Rockstar Games as International PR Manager, the Scottish Games Network has now launched. The goal of the Scottish Games Network is to help the gaming industry grow in Scotland.

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The Scottish Games Network will work with various sectors to insure that the industry has room to grow. While the community started in 2005, it has been held in an unofficial state until today. The Scottish Games Network has more than 90 studios, plus 130 gaming related companies. Its members total over 5,000.

UK-based industries, including UKIE and Tiga, have stated that they support the Scottish Games Network. According to Forbes, the CEOs of Tiga and UKIE stress “the benefits of co-operation and staying connected to represent the interests of everyone’s members and the gaming industry across Scotland, and across the UK.”

For complete information on the Scottish Games Network, you can go to their website.


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