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August 13th, 2014 by Sam Viesselman
Hello all! I’m Sam Viesselman, a 2013/2014 staff member who has primarily worked on Glitch's Operations team for the past year. I’ve been involved in the Glitch’s eSports program as a player on the StarCraft 2 team since 2010, and functioned as the StarCraft 2 general manager this previous school year. I’ve also been closely involved with designing the infrastructure for the competitive League of Legends team. I’m here to talk a bit about Glitch’s future with eSports.
Overview of eSports in Glitch
Since 2010, two competitive eSports teams were officially supported through Glitch, League of Legends and StarCraft 2. These...
August 5th, 2014 by Katie Simning
Choose your two buttons, pick your duds, and join dat purp-wearing Dave Lang, Iron Galaxy's CEO, as he dives into the origins, characters, and playing tips for Divekick. While...
August 1st, 2014 by Erin Powers
Glitch is excited to reveal who will have their work featured in our Student Showcase this year at the State Fair! Drop by our booth at the Driven to Discover building between 9am and 9pm on August 31st and September 1st to see these projects for yourself and chat with some inspiring student creators. (more…)
July 24th, 2014 by Nicolaas VanMeerten
Apply now to become a part of this exciting group of organizers, gain experience, make friends and help create opportunities for students at the University of Minnesota.
July 18th, 2014 by Nicolaas VanMeerten
What is the Collegiate Summit at Riot HQ?
The Collegiate Summit is an annual conference hosted by Riot Games to determine how to improve gaming communities at North American Colleges...
July 10th, 2014 by Evva Kraikul
Journalism 1501 is a brand new game studies course that's being offered this fall semester and the instructor is looking to hire one additional teaching assistant to help with this new class. Ideally, the TA, whether a graduate student or an advanced undergraduate student, would bring expertise in areas such as game design, mobile apps (programming or design), software development, or another domain related to gaming.
You can send applications or any questions that you may have directly to Seth Lewis, the course instructor. Good luck to everyone that applies!
Jour 1501 — Digital Games, Sims and Apps: Storytelling, Play and...
July 9th, 2014 by Erin Powers
Glitch is excited to join the University of Minnesota family at the 2014 State Fair and we want to showcase your work! Submit your home-brewed games, artwork, videos, research, or other games related project for an opportunity to have your work seen by more than 150,000 fair attendees.
-We will only accept submissions through this online form. Submissions must be completed by July 29,...
April 29th, 2014 by Erin Powers
By day, Gloria Kim and David Richardson seem like two typical U of M students. Gloria is a digital artist and senior double majoring in psychology and art. David...