Iran's nuclear deal helps country's video game trade in world
The game ‘Volleyball 2016’ will be the 13th member for Iran’s Volleyball team, encouraging Iran’s youth to show more support for our national team
In a joint tournament held by the National Game Development Institute of Iran and Bahcheshehir University of Turkey, Game developers will duel for the champion’s trophy.
Computer giant Google has started removing sanctions imposed on Iranian game developers.
The Iranian Association for UN Studies held the Conference on International Law and Computer Games in May 2016
Youzna is an Iranian mobile-based video game, where players need to take care of the endangered Iranian leopard.
The Iranian Game Development Incubator has hosted the ‘Global Game Jam 2016’
The Iran Computer & Video Games Foundation has announced plans to provide developers and creators of mobile-based video games with game testing laboratory.
The Zana Games studio’s newest game, the “Delivery Guy”, was recently released, receiving a warm audience welcome and over 50,000 downloads in a short period of time.
Raspina Studio’s award winning mobile-based “Magnus” video game will be released soon by the Paeezan Stadio.
The development of the curriculum of the commercial management of video games in masters’ programs has started with the full-fledged participation of the Iran Computer & Video Games Foundation.
.The Iranian Video Games Foundation organized the first Iranian-style startup event on game development in March 2016
One of the most successful Iranian video games, “Extraterrestrial Armies”, has been released to the international video games’ market, available for purchase of the Steam global network.
An archive of all Iran computer & video games Foundation is planned to be digitally prepared and presented in the new Iranian calendar year, which started on March 20, 2016, the general manager of the Iranian Video Games Foundation has announced.
The Iranian Video Games Foundation hosted the fourth round of the Game Development Experience (GDX4) workshop with the participation of the renowned French game developer Flavien Courbier in March 2016.
The Iranian Culture Ministry has given the green light to the Iranian Video Games Foundation to exempt game developers from paying taxes.
Iran’s world-renowned Sharif University has announced plans to host the “1st National Conference on Animation, Games, Knowledge, Global Production and Trade” to help boost the country’s animation industry.