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The Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE) and "Orange Armenia" CJSC already the second time are organizing "Open Game" Championship. This championship aims to develop the sector of computer games design in Armenia, which, in its turn, will enable to create a new IT business environment, reveal and motivate new young talents, who will have the opportunity to bring to life their ideas and participate in implementation of projects at the best IT companies.


The championship will be held in 4 stages and will have 9 nomination categories: Best Game, Best Mobile Game, Best Scenario, Best Innovation, Best Design, Best Junior, Best Social Mobile Application, Best Entertainment Application and Best Communication Application.


During each stage the Jury will consider the projects, will reveal the defects and will set performance specifications per each project.


The Jury is composed of professional game developers, programmers and designers who will help the participants with their professional advice during the contest. The contest is held by the support of Sourcio, Plexonic, DigitalChocolate, Triada, MicroSoft-RA companies and Association of Modern Technologies Professionals, National Professional Cybersport League (NPCL).


"Open Game" Championship is not limited by age, project type and technical capacities. Those who wish to participate should register by sending their requests to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until September 30 mentioning '"Open Game" contest application' in the subject line, those who will register until April 30 will have a chance to get Jury's support in each stage.


During the final stage of the contest will be held an exhibition, where the games developed by the participants and the works of other companies, representing the domain of computer games will be displayed.


The first "Open Game" Championship of Developers of Computer Games was held in 2011 with 25 participants, representing both graphic studios and groups of students and even schoolchildren. The championship was closed by an exhibition during which all visitors could play already ready games.


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