ID@Xbox is Microsoft’s self-publishing program for independent developers on Xbox One. Developers can get two dev kits at no charge as well as full platform access to all of Xbox One’s features from 8-controller support to Kinect, Smartglass, Xbox Live and more!
When we first released Half-Life nearly 20 years ago, it was hard to imagine what might come next. In addition to building award-winning franchises like Counter-Strike, Team Fortress, Portal, and Left 4 Dead, we’ve been able to connect millions of PC gamers with developers through the Steam platform. Nowadays, we’re pushing the envelope with worldwide Dota2 and CS:GO tournaments, and finally bringing the features and freedom of Steam into the living room with Steam Controllers, Steam Link, and Steam Machines. And in 2016, Steam VR is poised to usher in the next generation of interaction and entertainment with room-scale immersive experiences.
DigiPen Institute of Technology is a global leader in game development education. As the first school in the world to offer a bachelor's degree in game development, DigiPen has advanced the game industry for more than two decades by helping students become world-class programmers, engineers, designers, and artists. Learn more at www.digipen.edu.
Gamasutra.com is the largest independent web site devoted to the art and science of making games. Every day, Gamasutra offers new features about game technology and business, offers product and industry news, has a giant job board, hosts game developer resumes, offers a directory of game development contractors, hosts a product buyers guide, and more. Gamasutra.com has grown from its 1997 launch to over 450,000 members today.