Welcome to Scottish Games Week 2023
After the incredible success of our launch event in 2022, we are delighted to be bringing Scottish Games Week 2023 to a city near you.
SGW23 is the platform for the whole Scottish gaming community to come together and celebrate its successes, learn from its challenges and showcase its talent.
Scottish Games Awards are open!
With 15 categories in this year’s Scottish Games Awards now open, get your game recognised and celebrate your team and your hard work. Find out more!
Sponsors for 2023
Scottish Games Week is only possible thanks to the generosity of our sponsors. We’d like to thank each of them for their support and help in creating and delivering SGW23. Scottish Games Week’s goal is to bring the games world to Scotland, to showcase the incredible work and talent across the country and to open up the whole games ecosystem for greater collaboration and success.
There’s still time to join us – and help make SGW23 even more awesome. If you’d like to be a part of Scottish Games Week and sponsor this year’s events, then get in touch.
Our platinum sponsor for 2023 is Team Terrible. Their first game – Baby In Yellow – has had over 170 million downloads. We love Team Terrible.
Due to overwhelming demand we have decided to extend the deadline for award submissions to the Scottish Games Awards 2023. Entries will now remain open for the Scottish Games Awards until 18:00 on Monday 25th September 2023. We understand the effort and dedication that goes into preparing award submissions, and we want to ensure that everyone has a fair opportunity...
The judges for the 2023 Scottish Games Awards have been announced. Several leading Scottish games and news journalists are joined by a noted games entrepreneur and a member of the Scottish parliament, to choose the winners at a ceremony which will be opened by Scotland’s First Minister, Humza Yousaf. The judges will be selecting winners for 15 categories of award,...
Alongside the four GAMES trophies in this year’s Scottish Games Awards, we also have five CRAFT categories, highlighting excellence in a number of specialist areas. These are: While these (hopefully) speak for themselves, we’re still aiming to get a really broad range of entries and recognise work from across the whole games ecosystem. So let us break them down for you...
Created and organised by the Scottish Games Network, with support from the Scottish Government 2019s Tech Ecosystem Review (STER) fund.
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