The Asia Pacific region accounts for the lion’s share (47% or around US$51.2 billion), largely due to the huge gaming market in China. Excluding the major markets of China, Japan, and Korea, the rest of Asia is expected to be the fastest growing region in the coming years, with total games revenue expected to reach US$10.5 billion in 20201.
The games industry in Singapore is also heating up. According to Infocomm Media Development Authority2, it is Singapore’s “fastest-growing media sub-sector.” With the Singapore government’s push to develop the industry through government-to-government partnerships, the market potential looks set to rise.
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Student Membership with Centre of Strategic Cyberspace and International Studies (CSCIS)
All students will be entitled to a waiver of membership fee of their initial application for membership with CSCIS. The CSCIS supports members in their ongoing career development and benefits include dedicated industry talks and sessions, networking opportunities, updates on cyber security-related topics.
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The CSCIS focus on cyberspace provides advancement on cyber international policy with an emphasis on defence and security, regional and transnational cyber challenges ranging from critical infrastructures, technology, cybercrime, terrorism, and research to national security, development, and economic integration. Since its inception, the CSCIS has worked to develop practical solutions for today’s cyberspace challenges.
In this programme, you will explore games software design, learning the development and processes involved in creating computer, mobile and video games.
You will explore 3D graphics and animations, games software design, games mechanics, games software development and production, user interface design for games, artificial intelligence and interaction design.
Games is a rapidly expanding industry so you will find excellent career opportunities in Singapore and overseas.
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The games industry in Singapore is heating up. According to Infocomm Media Development Authority, it is Singapore’s “fastest-growing media sub-sector.”