Each quarter we share with you specialist knowledge from the world of external video games development, as well as industry news and events.
How to win at PR for games: forget technology, it’s all about humans
In a recent interview with MCV/Develop, Keywords Studios COO Sonia Sedler discussed the pandemic, how Keywords has coped, the holistic benefits of more flexible and remote working, what a return to the office means and how the industry can stand up to crunch culture. She says: “As many of us are not in the workplace, surrounded by our peers, it is our collective sense of values and behaviours that keeps us aligned.”
Keywords Enters into Sponsor Partnership With Women in Games
Keywords Studios recently announced a new partnership with Women in Games to sponsor its renowned ambassador programme under the heading, ‘Ambassador Programme Powered by Keywords’. The partnership will work to enhance the ambassador initiative, supporting additional projects and research, events, exclusive materials and services for Women in Games ambassadors.
Snowed In Studios recently announced that it has expanded its services into a new division, Scarab Games, focused on helping brands enter the lucrative world of AAA video games.
Build better relationships with your Localization QA provider
Strong partnerships with your Localization QA provider can deliver savings, reduce availability problems and quality issues for your game. Yunte Moo, our Regional Localization QA Manager for Asia, summed up the best practices for working with a service vendor while also dispelling some myths about external providers:
Register for our on-demand webinar – ‘Ensure safe data workflows for your game’s audio tracks’
During our digital event this Thursday, June 16th, we will provide you with key insights so you can build safe data workflows for your audio projects. You will hear directly from our audio and privacy experts on how to go beyond compliance when handling data, for added peace of mind. Most importantly, you will discover why ensuring best practice and compliance can lead to greater trust with your partners and, ultimately, your players.