134 competitors from 20 Commonwealth nations took part in a week-long series of matches, hoping to claim coveted spots at the CEC finals.
International esports teams arrive on campus to compete and train ahead of Commonwealth Esports Championships Final.
This year marks the ninth time we’ve supported Nottingham’s premier outdoor music festival, with over 150 students and staff working hard to pull off Splendour’s best year yet!
Students studying on the Industry Practice module of our BA (Hons) Games Art course created a series of eight visual novel games which examine society through the idea of play.
With not long to go until Splendour Festival once again rocks Wollaton Park, we look back through our photo archive from 2012 – 2019.
Known as ‘the lead belt’, Nottingham is home to many tabletop games developers. Our students learnt about the industry in practice and applied their skills to the workplace.
We were delighted to host the finals of this year’s British Esports Student Championships on Saturday 2 July and Sunday 3 July.
Accomplished speakers came from across the UK to discuss the impact, developments and opportunities available in esports in schools and colleges.
This year, for the first time ever, the Commonwealth Games will feature esports as a pilot event. Better yet, we’re hosting the qualifying rounds of the Commonwealth Esports Championship right here on campus!
The winners of the 2022 Young Creative Awards were announced on Friday 17 June and 33 young creatives (aged 11 to 24) were selected by judges as the most exciting creative talents of the year.
We showed off our degree students best work and celebrated their achievements with not one but two showcases this year!