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"Sardar" won the first rank of the serious game

"Sardar" won the first rank of the serious game

06 Feb 2021"Sardar" game won the first rank of the serious game festival in 1399, and by being selected as the "serious game of 1399", it won the 20 million Tomans award of the Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation in this section. According to the Communications and International Affairs Department of the Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation, Sardar Made by the (Carlab team) at Tabriz University of Islamic Arts, with the aim of promoting tourism and the idea of a software design to visit Sattar Khan's house (the National Commander in Tabriz ) is as a role model for creating the attractive game for the audience have a different experience of visiting this historical museum with the help of Augmented Reality technology.

The Hackathon Winners of the Serious Games in Tehran 1998, were awarded by the Kish Free Zone Organization

The Hackathon Winners of the Serious Games in Tehran 1998, were awarded by the Kish Free Zone Organization

03 Mar 2020Hackathon prizes of Serious Games in Tehran, in a ceremony attended by Sayed Sadegh Pejman CEO of Iran Computer & Video Games Foundation, Dr. Gholamhossein Mozaffari CEO of Kish Free Zone Organization, and Dr. Masoud Tofighi CEO of Kish Institute of Science and Technology, were awarded.

Teens play the Gulf petrochemical industry

Teens play the Gulf petrochemical industry

17 Dec 2019Following a joint meeting between game developers and the Persian Gulf petrochemical industry, five initial plans were presented and reviewed by five teams and a gaming company to develop a computer game in the petrochemical industry field.

The ceremony of signing the investment fund contract was held in the field of computer games.

The ceremony of signing the investment fund contract was held in the field of computer games.

18 Dec 2019The signing ceremony for the creation of the largest computer games investment fund of 30 billion tomans was held between the three companies and the participation of Sayed Sadegh Pejman, CEO of the Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation.