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In cooperation with Gamecity Hamburg and Hamburg-based institutions of higher education, InnoGames has already given away 100 Hamburg Games Conference tickets to students majoring in games. Following the motto "first come - first serve", students of all disciplines can now secure one of another 100 tickets.
On the 1st weekend in February, 93 jammers developed a total of 20 new video games in just 48 hours. Thanks to the lively participation, the event hosted by InnoGames was one of the biggest German Global Game Jams of the year.
After the jam is before the jam: Only about two months have passed since the 13th InnoGames Game Jam, but Germany's second-largest game developer is once again inviting aspiring and professional programmers, graphic artists, game and sound designers to a joint time-lapse game development event. On the 1st weekend in February, the time has come.
In July 2022, InnoGames GmbH became the first German games company to voluntarily publish its salary bands. Within just two months, Germany's leading developer of mobile and browser games filled all 19 vacancies open at the time of publication.
The second weekend of November saw 113 budding and professional programmers, graphic artists, game and sound designers put in a 48-hour powerhouse creative performance, creating 25 new video games from scratch at the 13th InnoGames Game Jam (IGJAM).
"InnoGame's international growth was primarily fueled by the company's strategic transition to mobile and it's ongoing live-operations and content updates"
"The core title, 'Forge of Empires,' is the only German game to rank as one of the 20 top-selling mobile games worldwide."
"Majority mobile developer InnoGames surpasses $1 billion in revenue."
"InnoGames continues to grow on mobile with regular updates and live ops"
"Initially focused on PC browser titles, InnoGames now reports more than half of its revenues come from mobile."