Why Galway gamers are joining forces
A dedicated games development hub inspired by the Dutch Games Garden in Utrecht is to open by the end of the year
A new space dedicated to the games business in Galway is set to open before the end of the year. The Galway Games Hub is being set up in order to give a shared workspace to the city’s broad spread of firms in the sector.
The project to develop the Galway Games Hub is being spearheaded by Howling Hamster Games and Tribal City Games with ancillary support being provided by other games companies...
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