Chongqing University offers students the chance to be a Certified Emergent User

Chinese uni bases new course on Gamebryo tech

Emergent’s Gamebryo engine will be implemented at a Chinese university leading the way in the nation’s game development courses.

Starting this Fall, students attending Interactive Believe at Chongqing University can be enrolled in an engineer certification training program that perfects their craft using the Gamebryo LightSpeed engine.

Successful students will be awarded a Certified Emergent User certificate.

Interactive Believe’s Kevin Yang said of the deal: “Gamebryo is one of the most popular game engines used in China today, and with the burgeoning game development business here, it is imperative that we educate enough students to fill the industry’s demand.”

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