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Helping Game Students Form Their Own Studios

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Tracey Fullerton from USC Games [Image Credits: venturebeat/USC Games]

‘Much like Advanced Games, Bridge is a yearly competition: Groups from around the campus pitch their ideas to a panel made up of mentors. They’re looking for students who want to build their own companies and who have the leadership skills to actually make that happen.“So in many ways, we’re looking at the team,” said Fullerton. “The project, too, but also the team. How did they come together? Do they really have what it takes to build a company?”’

Source: New USC program helps students form their own game studios | GamesBeat | Games | by Giancarlo Valdes