Local talent takes helm at Streamline Studios to lead future of games industry Aims to make meaningful change to lives of Streamliners & games ecosystem
KDU’s Bachelors of Game Development aims to train students to be the next great talents of Malaysia’s game industry.
Virtual Reality is set to be the next exciting step forward in technology for the next five years but a lot of hard work must go into the development of the optimum VR experience.
MDEC and UOA sign MoU to cooperate in efforts to set up a Game Hub in Bangsar South with the objective of enhancing Malaysia’s game industry.
Level Up KL 2016 videogaming conference organised by MDEC hosted over 500 attendees. Participants were warned to focus on growing the business instead of art, technology.
Streamline Studios and Square Enix have been working the latest installment of the Final Fantasy series, Final Fantasy XV for a decade and the work is almost complete.
With over 100 employees, Streamline Studios is one of the largest game developers in Malaysia. The company's in-house production tool, Streamframe, is now being licensed to other developers.
Alexander Fernandez has been building his videogame company from KL since 2010 and says Malaysia has a lot of positives in its creative multimedia space.