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.
Sparx* – A Virtuos Studio aims to empower more female students to join and develop a career in the animation, game, and wider digital entertainment industry.
Black Shamrock’s Ariana Jez discusses the culture within the gaming industry and how it can become a better workplace for women.
Chen and Jin reveal how they created ‘Reimagined Kraken’, the winning entry in Virtuos Chengdu’s original character design contest.
Moderated by Tech in Asia, event panelists from Virtuos, Riot Games, and The Doodle People discussed how game creation is powered by a blend of technology and human creativity.
Co-founder and GM of CounterPunch – A Virtuos Studio, Arutyunyan speaks with Lifewire about facial rigging, animation, and her hopes for stronger video game heroines.
Virtuos and CounterPunch’s sustained emphasis on education and a supportive culture keeps our people well cared for and excited to come to work.
Communicating the Virtuos purpose of ‘we make games better, together’ has formalized our culture, reason for being, and enhanced the way we work both internally and externally.
Through closer partnerships with educational institutions, we hope to make the games industry more accessible and help foster new generations of young, diverse talent for Virtuos and the games industry at large.