This is your chance to become a GameSHINE Sydney Founding Member. Join and partake in creating a games focused coworking space, launch pad, and accelerator opening up for indie game developers right here in Sydney.

Our vision is to create a home away from home for indie game developers. GameSHINE will be a place where game devs can not only work, but also network, learn, unwind, and even seek financial support.

If you’d like to partake in GameSHINE’s development, we encourage you to attend our next monthly meeting GameSpark. A space like GameSHINE won’t be possible without your support.

We encourage game developers of all experience levels to get involved. Whether you’ve worked on games before, or you’ve only dreamt of it, your input is invaluable.

We’re looking for:

* Game Designers

* Game Producers

* Artists (Concept, Illustration, 3D)

* Animators

* Story Tellers * Game Programmers

* Sound Engineers

* UX Designers * Independent Studios

* Game Enthusiasts

If you’re interested in creating games, no matter the role you would play, we would love for you to be a part of GameSHINE.

GameSHINE was founded only a short while ago in October 2016. Thanks to Sydney’s gaming community, the project has been building with an incredibly strong momentum. We currently operate from ArtSHINE industries’ CoSydney CoWorking + Project Space in Chippendale’s Creative Precinct.

We run several events each month including our monthly meetings, game nights, workshops, and more!

Stay in touch with us here, and watch this space for updates on this exciting new endeavour.

Subscribe to our events to stay updated.

You can always message us through this page, or contact one of our team members:

Vinh Van Lam (Cofounder)

Stuart Horrex (Cofounder): 

Kerstin Evans (Community Manager): 

Phone us on 02 9698 9156


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