March 19 2020
News, Software/Gaming/IT

Capital Region Digital Gaming Studios Keep People Connected

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 19, 2020 ALBANY, NEW YORK – Several Capital Region digital gaming studios are playing an important role in supporting the online networks that are keeping a rapidly growing number of people connected. Helping these large studios and others in the region rise to the occasion is an 8.3 percent increase in employment, according

December 10 2019
R&D, Software/Gaming/IT

The Research Connection – December 2019: Software Edition

Featured R&D projects: AiMOS – Artificial Intelligence Multiprocessing Optimized System A Self-Protecting 5G System Using Quantum Computing Approaches Improving Deepfake Detection Expanding Wireless Technology Where’s Waldo? Identifying Cyberattacks using Low-Level Hardware Information This edition’s contributors: SUNY Research Foundation | SUNY Polytechnic Institute | University at Albany | Clarkson University | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute AiMOS –

March 11 2019
General, Software/Gaming/IT

Capital Region’s Game Development Cluster Is Growing

Large studio employment up 5.6%, Strong demand among independent studios for game development incubator/game space ALBANY, NEW YORK – Large employers within the Capital Region’s video game development cluster have added 5.6 percent more jobs over the past year, and they are all poised to continue growing, according to a Center for Economic Growth (CEG)

March 12 2018
News, Software/Gaming/IT

Saratoga Springs video game company acquired by South Korean studio

Albany Business Review By: Chelsea Diana MadGlory, the Saratoga Springs, New York, video game company, has been acquired by PUBG Corp., a video gaming studio out of Seoul, South Korea. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Saratoga company, now known as PUBG MadGlory, was created by Brian Corrigan in 2012. Corrigan has made a

March 7 2018
Employment/Workforce, News, Software/Gaming/IT

Video Game Development Cluster Becomes a Force in Capital Region’s Creative Economy

CEG’s first-of-its-kind regional survey finds cluster employs 350+, majority of studios are hiring The Capital Region’s video game development cluster has become a recognized force in the local creative economy and is poised to get bigger, with a majority of studios reporting hiring plans for the next 12 months, according to the findings of a

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