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Meet Jade Mathieson at Gamescom

Creative Lead and Game Designer, Jade Mathieson will be representing Sea Monster at Gamescom 2017 taking place in Cologne, Germany later this month.

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Creative Lead and Game Designer, Jade Mathieson will be representing Sea Monster at Gamescom 2017 taking place in Cologne, Germany later this month.

Gamescom is the foremost European trade fair for digital gaming culture. The event boasts some of the leading technologies in gaming and is the meeting point for the global entertainment and gaming community.

Virtual Reality is one of the key trends at this year’s event. Sea Monster is a leading studio within the virtual reality community for gaming as well as business-based solutions in South Africa and Jade will be representing us on this topic as well as showing the world how South Africa is contributing to the serious gaming genre.

For the first time ever, German Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel will inaugurate the event. Other notable appearances will include a keynote, delivered by Tim Sweeney, Founder of Epic Games on virtual reality and augmented reality.

2017 will be South Africa’s first official presence at Gamescom, thanks to the support of the industry body, Interactive Entertainment South Africa and the Department of Trade and Industry.

Get in touch and meet Jade at Gamescom.

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