The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) - the leading specialist games educator and non-profit organisation - wants to help its graduates to achieve their dreams through the AIE Incubator Program.

The Incubator Program supports graduates who have completed the Graduate Diploma in Management (Learning) to start-up their own studios with ongoing assistance and funding to create new companies, digital content and job opportunities.

The Incubator Program is provided at no cost. AIE take no equity in companies created in the program and no royalties from or retain ownership of IP in the products that are developed.


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AIE Incubator Program

AIE's Incubator Program is designed to help graduates create their own independent game businesses and commercialise their innovative digital media content. This program will address some of the gaps between what it takes to design and create games and the skills and knowledge required to be a successful independent developer. The program covers business planning and development as well as marketing, publishing and community engagement
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AIE Incubator Program shared Cardboard Keep's post.Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 at 1:26pm
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AIE Incubator Program shared Cardboard Keep's video.Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 2:49pm
Well done James from Canberra GDML and Cardboard Keep on announcing Puppers for the Switch! Looking forward to Feb 20
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OH MY DOG! Puzzle Puppers is coming to Nintendo Switch on February 20!! πŸ•πŸΆπŸ•πŸΆ
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AIE Incubator Program shared GhostBolt Games's post.Thursday, January 25th, 2018 at 2:59pm
Scrapper - Get in now on Steam - AIE Incubator Team Ghost Bolt Games Released their game Scraper today!