What kinds of teams can take part?
We are expecting teams of up to four people to physically participate in the campus. If your team includes more people, that is no problem, but they need to work remotely, or organize their own stay in Vitoria-Gasteiz.
What are the requirements for the game projects?
Games can be in any stage, although we should be able to see that the two months of intensive acceleration will help them have a real chance at being market successes. The games can be for any platform and of any genre. We ask that you are seriously considering free-to-play as the business model for your game, although you may decide differently in the end before launching your project. It is not necessary to launch the game at the end of the accelerator, although it is necessary to demo it to the audience present at the final ‘demo day’ event.
Is there any equity or revenue-share requirement?
None at all. This is a non-profit project created to push the games development ecosystem in the Basque Country. You will provide talent and know-how to the environment, if only via osmosis while interacting with it, and we hope you will spread the word about a good environment in which to do interesting things.
Do you supply computers or other development equipment?
Unfortunately, we can’t supply computers; you will need to bring your own development laptops, desktops, or other material. We will definitely provide you with good working desks and chairs, though, as well as a nice working space with great connectivity.
Is there any limitation to legal team structure?
Your team does not need to be incorporated as a company or any other type of organization, although it is no problem if it is. If the participants are employees of a company that will own the work, they should own a majority stake of the project, if not of the company. Take into account participation in the campus does not equal work in any regular legal sense, it’s just a creative effort supported by the campus organization.
Are there any other types of legal requirements?
We will ask you to sign a contract specifying that you have the right to use the IP of the game project you are working on, that you will stay in Vitoria-Gasteiz for the duration of the campus unless there is a major unexpected issue, that you will put in your best work to make the project succeed, and that your game will mention having been helped by the F2P Campus accelerator on your website and your games credits.