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Italian Video Game Awards 2020 First Playable

Italian Video Game Awards - Here are the winners

In spite of the Coronavirus, the First Playable digital event organized by IIDEA was the scene of the Italian Video Game Awards, the annual Italian ceremony dedicated to the best titles of 2020. Compared to previous years, this time the ...

First Playable Fund, the developer fund is safe

The First Playable Fund, the funding fund to support game developers, is safe. Here are the details. Last week we told you about the risk of canceling the fund in favor of developers. Now, thank you ...

The First Playable Fund is already at risk of cancellation

The First Playable Fund, the fund allocated by the government for the development of the Italian gaming market, may already be at risk. The four million euros dedicated to Italian developers, although they are certainly not ...
First Playable Found

The First Playable Found is useless

In recent days, news has circulated that the government would like to set up a fund to support Italian video game companies. It's called First Playable Found, and it's aimed at supporting pre-production. But I'm ...

In the Relaunch Decree there are 4 million for video games

In recent days, news had circulated of the intention of the ministry for economic development to include a stimulus to the gaming industry within the revival decree. The proposal seems to have materialized in the First Playable Found, a ...

State-of-the-art Photography Results and Immersive AR Experiences: Infineon and pmd Offer ...

MUNICH - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # 3D - Gaming, virtual e-Commerce, 3D online education: Augmented Reality (AR) applications with three-dimensional depth sensors link the real with the digital world and are ...

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

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