28Aug 28, 2018

Hao Su Wang, from iQiyi: “You have to adapt games if you want them to succeed in China.”

August 28th, 2018|Mentors|

When Hao Su Wang was finishing his Master’s in Marketing & Strategy of Packaging in 2008, he surely didn’t imagine that 10 years later he would be an expert in game publishing and production. It all started by chance while he was looking for an internship in order to complete his Master’s. “I threw my CVs around in France and a small game company in Marseille accepted my CV and gave me an offer. And there I started my gaming career”, says Wang.

16Aug 16, 2018

The key to successful video game development according to a founding member of Assassin’s Creed

August 16th, 2018|Events|

If creating a successful game is hard, imagine what’s involved in laying the foundations of a new AAA franchise at the dawn of a new console era. The successful franchise has now reached 11 main games, eight spin-offs and more than 100 million copies sold. That’s why, at F2P Campus, we are so grateful that Stéphane came to share some of his production knowledge on how to turn an idea into a successful video game.

10Aug 10, 2018

This is the key to the success of Candy Crush and King

August 10th, 2018|Events|

With more than 1 trillion games played and more than 5 million years invested by players in the game (enough to build 6,257 new Empire State Buildings!), at this point it’s clear that it has been a huge success for King and Krogh as well as for the free-to-play videogame industry. As a result, many people ask themselves the same question: How do you get a game about candies to break all records?

6Aug 6, 2018

13 free-to-play videogame art and marketing tips by Everguild

August 6th, 2018|Events|

On Thursday, August 2, we were lucky enough to have two experts in free-to-play videogame art and marketing, Isabel and Andrés Tallos from Everguild, at F2P Campus.  Their conference, which took place in the auditorium of the Vitoria-Gasteiz Artium Museum, gave us the opportunity to learn about their experience in the industry and take home some tips for making better games.