Deadline: December 31st, 2017

 

INTRODUCTION

Our mission at CrazyGames.com is to let people enjoy innovative in-browser gaming experiences. That is only possible thanks to the countless game developers, digital designers, and software engineers whose creativity and passion allows us to provide thousands of free games. Out of gratefulness to community, and to help foster the next generation of digital media developers, we decided to give a hand to students who are working to build the future of this field and thus established an annual Student Scholarship with which we give away $1,500 every year to one student.

 

ELIGIBILITY
  • Both current students and rising freshmen are eligible for this scholarship.
  • Examples of work would be a game prototype, an essay related to games, an overview of game development technologies, and so forth. The work will remain the student’s property. CrazyGames will only consider the work for this scholarship, and will not use it for any other purposes. The student wholly reserves the right to submit this work to other bodies and publish it elsewhere.

 

OTHER INFORMATION
  • Application Results Announcement: February 1st, 2018
  • Scholarship Amount: 1,500 USD
  • Requirements: 1 piece of work

If you have any questions about the scholarship, please send an email to scholarship@crazygames.com

The $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to one student and the money will be transferred to their University to go towards the tuition fee. The student will be chosen based on their creativity in and commitment to digital media and game development. The choice will be made by a scholarship committee of 2game publishing experts, and 2game developers.

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