Crackdown creator Realtime Worlds is backing Abertay University's Dare to be Digital competition.

Realtime Worlds sponsors Dare to be Digital

Realtime Worlds will contribute to the expansion of Dare financially and will provide mentors to the contestants during the 10-week run of the contest. The studio’s CEO and creative director Dave Jones will also become a Patron of the competition and join the judging panel.

Jones commented: "Talent is a key factor behind the success of every game, and Dare to be Digital makes a big contribution to spotting and developing high quality talent for the industry each year. I have been closely involved with Dare to be Digital’s organisers, Abertay University, for many years, advising them on course structure, lecturing to students, and benefiting from already having had many Dare graduates join RTW over the years.

“I am delighted to take that involvement and commitment to another level through this sponsorship and through becoming a Patron of Dare. We are employing 150 people at our Dundee office and would like to expand to near 200 by end of this year. Partnering with Dare will help attract more talent to our production hub in Dundee. We also have plans to work with Dare on our international expansion.”

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