Creative Europe Video Game Development Fund – Information Session
Date Posted: November 21, 2019
Creative Europe is holding an information session about its Video Game Development Fund in The Pixel Mill on Friday 6th December 2019 from 10:00 – 11:30. The session will go through the opportunity in detail and those who attend will hear from companies who have received the funding in the past. To register for the session click HERE.
The Creative Europe fund for ‘Development: Video Games’ is open! Through the MEDIA programme, Creative Europe offers grants between €10,000 and €150,000 for the development of narrative video games. The UK can fully participate in Creative Europe until it leaves the EU and our advice is to continue applications for the current calls. For more information on Creative Europe and BREXIT see here. Further information on the call itself including a handy eligibility check list can be found here. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Rosie at the MEDIA desk in Northern Ireland – [email protected].
What does this funding support?
The development of narrative video games (from concept to the first version of a playable prototype), regardless of platform or expected distribution method, which are intended for commercial exploitation.
Who is this funding for?
Be registered for a minimum of 12 months and have video game production as their main business activity.
Own the majority of the rights to the project for which support is being sought.
Must also be able to demonstrate that they have developed/produced one previous eligible video game that has been commercially distributed.
What types of games are eligible for support?
Narrative storytelling video games regardless of platform or expected distribution method. The story must be told or shown throughout the whole game (in-game storytelling) and not only as an introduction or an ending to the game. In all cases the video game must be intended for commercial exploitation.
When is the deadline for applications?
The deadline to apply for the next round of funding is on the 12th February 2020.