The Netmarble Cultural Foundation, Game Academy 7th online launching ceremony held
The Netmarble Cultural Foundation (Chairman Bang Jun -hyuk) announced that it held the 7th Game Academy’s 7th Ceremony online on the 21st.
‘Game Academy’, which began in 2016, is a social contribution activity representing the Netmarble Cultural Foundation, which provides and supports actual game development courses for young people who are dreaming of future game talents.
At the ceremony, 84 students were selected for the 7th Game Academy, as well as the director of the Netmarble Cultural Foundation, Lee Na -young, and Professor Kim Hye -ran, Korea Film University, and the instructor.
Lee Na -young, Secretary General of the Netmarble Cultural Foundation, said, “We are all welcome to all students who have been together in the 7th Game Academy, and we will support you to create a springboard that can grow well as a future game talent during the training period.”.
Following the opening of the company, we had time to introduce advisors and entire instructors, participate in the game academy students, and share support messages for juniors.
Lee Kang -min, a student who completed the two game academy, said, “It was best to develop games with others while attending the game academy. I felt much more responsible and my motivation to develop as a great help to improve my skills.” “Game production is a lot of collaboration, so communication is more important than anything else, and it is necessary to make efforts. Also, because it increases more time than to think when developing a game, it is necessary to pay attention to the distribution of work so that it can be completed within the period. “I gave generous advice.
In the last placard performance order, all participating students supported each other by raising their placards with their own pleasures.
Game Academy 7th students will have the opportunity to make their own games with practical training and professional instructor mentoring throughout the game for about eight months. In addition, the game competition and exhibitions are held together to showcase and release excellent works to help students participate in their capabilities.
For more information about the Game Academy, please visit the Netmarble Cultural Foundation website.