New member hopes Tiga will give students insight into the wider issues

Bedfordshire’s game-course university joins Tiga

The University of Bedfordshire has become the newest member of game industry association Tiga.

Bedfordshire boasts a range of courses for aspiring game designers, including specific courses in game development, computer science and animation.

“Our students will be entering the industry soon and I hope that joining TIGA will give them an awareness of the issues Tiga is seeking to address,” said Carsten Maple, head of the department for computer science and technology.

“It is vital that the games industry has an effective voice and I believe Tiga can do this,” he added.

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