£5m games academy coming to Liverpool

Plans are afoot to spent 5m on building a ‘computer games academy’ in Liverpool, UK.

According to a report in The Liverpool Daily Post, a National Games Academy in the city would be built to help it become ‘breeding ground for the finest computer minds in the country’.

Students at the academy would be trained in art, coding and technology – and even offer testing facilities, work palcement learning and links to the Media City in Salford. They would also get IP and business advice, plus mentoring.

Read the full story over on Develop.

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