What's on in the community

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Game Habitat and our members host a multitude of events, to share knowledge, to create business opportunities, and to just have fun. Some events are open to all, some are limited to people in the games industry. Our events are typically free of charge, but requires signing up. Welcome to join, find our events in the calendar above!

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Many of our events are social gatherings, such as our Game Developer Meetups - our biggest recurring event which brings together up to 500 people each time.

A producer's network event at DevHub


Games is also business, and we host a wide array of events to provide various business opportunities to studios and individuals in our community.

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Professional development is key, so we regularly host guest speakers, experts, successful peers, and others to help game professionals hone their skills.

More biz opportunities

In our Discord channel #Biz-opportunity, we continuously share and discuss various opportunities for studios and developers to take advantage of as they build their games and studios. Don't miss out, join our Discord!

Want to help out?

Game Habitat is always on the lookout for individual developers and studios interested in getting involved to improve the games industry or to give back. Let us know if you're interested in volunteering at events or game jams, do talks for students, receive interns, or anything else!

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Supporting an inclusive culture for game developers

Learn more and get involved
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The incubator handbook

Get the insides of the system

Game studio looking to take advantage of the Swedish innovation system? Or innovation system actor looking to work with game studios? Read the Incubator Handbook!

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BSG-Go! is a project creating a community for young game developers and entrepreneurs to build on communication competences and ensure stable growth for the games industry. The three year project is a collaboration between 13 partners from seven countries and is co-funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region. Game Habitat leads one of the project’s work packages and takes part in several others. The work package we lead, and our focus in the project, is about implementing tools to encourage hybrid or digital in-person communication. Find out more about the project.

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