We are pleased to announce that the nominee applications for the 2022 Canadian Game Awards are now open. Ahead of this year’s Canadian Game Awards, category submissions are now open. Those eligible are encouraged to submit a nomination for the person, studio, or game they represent through the official nominee application form. The application deadline […]
While we prepare for next year’s award show, we’re continuing to spotlight our incredible partners that have and continue to support the Canadian Game Awards. Today’s spotlight is directed at DigiBC – The Creative Technology Association of British Columbia. Since 2010, DigiBC and its members have advocated for and supported digital media in Canada. From video […]
As we continue to wind down from the 2021 Canadian Game Awards, we wanted to highlight one of our many partners who make the award show possible. Interactive Ontario’s contribution is not only met through the Canadian Game Awards, but also the Canadian gaming industry as a whole. Interactive Ontario is a not-for-profit trade association, […]
At the 2021 Canadian Game Awards, EA’s Montreal studio Motive walked away with two awards. For their work on the flight-sim title Star Wars: Squadrons, Motive was awarded Best VR/AR Game and Best Audio Design. Although Motive has been in operation for six years, Star Wars: Squadrons is the first title the studio has developed […]
In 2020, Thunder Lotus Games, a Montreal-based indie studio, debuted its third game: Spiritfarer. Tackling heavy topics like the loss of a loved one, Spiritfarer balances its themes with a remarkable art style and soundtrack. It’s a whimsical game that has delighted players since its launch, and has amassed quite a bit of positive reception. […]
In 2020, Toronto-based studio Lightning Rod Games launched its first game A Fold Apart. The game was met with positive reception from both critics and the larger gaming community. During the 2021 Canadian Game Awards, the studio took home the award for Best Mobile Game. The aspiring team at Lightning Rod Games took on the […]
Meet Camille Salazar-Hadaway, winner of Best Esports Host at the 2021 CGAs.
Radio Viscera is a bulletless shooter from Canadian indie dev Owen Deery.
Canadian Game Awards spotlight – interview with Certain Affinity leaders Mojdeh Gharbi and Dan Ayoub
Certain Affinity is a well-established and respected studio in the industry. Although the development studio’s name may not hit you right away, chances are you’ve played a game they’ve been attached to in the last 15 years. Since the advent of the studio, Certain Affinity has assisted in the development of popular titles such as […]
Amazon Games has announced that it will be expanding into Canada with the opening of a studio in Montreal, Quebec. The Amazon branch has revealed that the studio will be working on an undisclosed new IP. The project, which in early development, is said to be an “online multiplayer title”. The Montreal studio is led […]