Over 400 artworks were collected in total from schools supporting underprivileged students, including beneficiaries of Virtuos’ Green IT Classroom program.
Virtuos CEO Gilles Langourieux shares more on how the company has become one of the largest external game development companies worldwide.
As part of Virtuos’ Green IT Classroom initiative, our volunteers from Virtuos Shanghai imparted their knowledge on handicraft and digital painting with the students in lessons themed “Earth’s Resources”.
The new studio increases Virtuos’ global footprint and strengthens its ability to meet demand across key gaming centers in Europe and worldwide.
Sparx* is honored to be a recipient of the award and will continue to invest in talent development, the best projects, and providing a dream workplace for game, animation, and film creators.
As a Corporate Ambassador of Women in Games, Virtuos commits to doing our part to increase the proportion of female talent in the video game industry and look forward to learning from the organization.
Virtuos CEO Gilles Langourieux speaks with GamesBeat on the company’s growth plans following its recent funding, and his thoughts on attracting game development talent.
In an interview with DealStreetAsia, Virtuos CFO Jasmine Cheong shares more about the company’s plans to expand its global footprint and offerings via strategic partnerships and acquisitions.
This partnership will allow Virtuos to stay at the forefront of AAA content development and continue to be the trusted partner for studios in developing blockbuster games for more platforms.
As a founding donor to the fund since 2019, the renewed contribution reaffirms Virtuos’ commitment to gender diversity and equality in the animation, games, and wider digital entertainment industry.