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Games Fleadh set for Thurles

5th March, 2017
Tommaso Marenzi and Sean O’Connor, graduates of the game design programme at LIT

Irish game companies are dominating a very competitive marketplace populated with 500 new games on to mobile platforms every day, according to the organisers of Games Fleadh 2017.

This year’s event will be attended by representatives from Microsoft, EA Games, GameSparks, First Data, Simvirtua and Imirt at the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) campus in Thurles on Wednesday, March 8.

The Games Fleadh 2017 event will feature the Game Studio Racing theme competition, which challenges game...

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