Business of Games and Entrepreneurship

As well as a form of art and entertainment, games are about business. Whether you want to work at a game studio, start your own business or make games as a hobby, recognizing the dynamic landscape of the videogame industry is critical to finding your place. This course will introduce you to game production, project management, teamwork skills, and how to position your game ideas and yourself in the broader marketplace. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop an impactful portfolio of game work to get noticed and/or develop an effective business plan to bring your game to market.
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Institution Michigan State University
Instructor Casey O'Donnell
Price Free (with limitations) or $79 for a Verified Certificate
Language English (English)
Subjects Business Business Strategy
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