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Design to Win Contest Offers Game Developers Chance To Win $2500 Course In Game Art of Game Design

The Next Level and Academy of Art University School of Game Design have announced their new contest entitled "Design to Win." Game developers will be able to submit their game designs with art pieces for a chance to win a course valued at $2,500. The course will be in Game Art of Game Design and can help developers take their skills to the next level. Read on.


From the Press Release

Today, The Next Level, the inclusive competition initiative from Ubisoft, and Academy of Art University School of Game Design kicked off their “Design to Win” contest. Aspiring game artists and designers will have the opportunity to explore their game development dreams by submitting a unique game design concept and supporting art piece for a chance to win an online enrichment course in Game Art or Game Design valued at $2,500.


“We are very excited about this partnership between the Academy of Art and Ubisoft’s program The Next Level. Anyone has a chance to participate and win in The Next Level and it’s a wonderful extension to be able to reward passionate gamers with classes and education through the Academy of Art,” said Josh Milligan, Senior Director of Customer Management at Ubisoft. “Just as The Next Level can be an introduction to competitive gaming, the Academy of Art is a path for gamers to become developers.”

Submissions are open starting today and will be accepted until August 11. The top three finalists will be announced on August 13 and their submissions will be on display at PAX Prime in Seattle from August 29-30. A panel of industry professionals will choose one winner on the final day of PAX Prime, September 1.

“At Academy of Art University we give students the tools they need to reach their full creative potential,” said David Goodwine, Director of Game Design at Academy of Art University. “Working with The Next Level, we hope to help a talented artist or developer jumpstart their career in video games.”

For more information and to enter the competition visit: www.tnlvl.com.
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