Iran and Turkey have entered a new stage of cooperation in game industry. An official agreement between TGC convention Iran and GIST exhibition Turkey has been signed.
The 36th technology week is being held in 16-20 October 2016, in Dubai World Trade Centre .
Iranian game developers have a very special opportunity to interact with Chinese companies during CTW.
The first international agreement between Iran Computer and Video Game Foundation (IRCG) and the French company, Connection Events, has been assigned.
The second issue of ‘Game Studies’, an electronic magazine published by the Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation has focused on the effects of digital games on learning.
Ninth Game Development Experience’ was held on September 9, 2016, to exchange views and experiences on game development.
The Third Iranian Indie Game Developers Festival has officially kicked off.
Champions of, IGL 2016 will be set off to France for Video Games World Cup 2016.,
Gaming industry employment website, irangamesjobs.ir, which was announced earlier as one of the visions of the Iranian Computer and Video Games Foundation, has been run on trial.
The international version of one of Iran’s most outstanding video games, “Parvaneh; Legacy of the Light’s Guardians”, will be available on Steam soon.
Iran Computer & Video Games Foundation has published a comprehensive book about Iranian game market.
The Swedish Player Becomes the Champion of the first IGL international League, hosted by Iran.
Iran’s Computer & Video Games Foundation has inked an agreement with France’s Game Connection to pave the way for the arrival of global game industry heavyweights to the Iranian market.
August 10 marked the closing ceremony of the one-month long “level UP” game development event.
Iran’s National Video Games Foundation, the Labor Ministry, and UNIDO, have signed an MoU on development of video games and animations in the country.
Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation participates in the Europe’s biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment, Gamescom.
23 million of Iranians (approximately15 percent of the whole Iranian population) are used to play computer games regularly.
The Iran video games league (IGL2016) for FIFA and PES is launched