Take gaming in Mexico a step further with the Work in Videogames community


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The video game industry in Mexico is still developing, but many agree that it is time to take the next step and strive for leadership. An important part of this happening has to do with the organization, interaction and relationships between the same creators in our country, and a strategic alliance was recently revealed that will benefit the Mexican developer community.

A step forward for the gaming industry in Mexico

Through a press release, the Action in Video Games project, founded by Jygsaw Entertainment in August 2020, announced the celebration of an alliance with the gaming and esports industry broadcast platform Hitmarkers. According to Andrew Miralrio, Director of Action at Videogames Mexico, this alliance will allow the creation and development of new business opportunities for Mexican creators dedicated to video games: “In Mexico we have great talents in the field of technology and no doubt many of them are a profile eager to pursue and consume everything related to the gaming industry. That is why we decided to create this platform with the aim of bringing companies closer to those profiles in our country that will provide excellent quality of work.”

An alliance that will provide new opportunities for Mexican developers

Thanks to this new relationship with Hitmarkers, the Trabajo en Videojuegos community, which has seen more than 300 vacancies and has more than 5,500 members, will see new opportunities not only to grow the game industry in Mexico, calculated at $35,000 million by the end of 2020, but to help the talents of Our country is on their way to significant achievements, as noted by Andrew Miralrio: “We are very pleased to have achieved this alliance with Hitmarker, and there is no doubt that this is a huge step in the progress of the Mexican gaming industry, although there is still a long way to go. In our country, The sector is still in an early stage of professionalization, but the growth rate in recent years has been exponential and our task will be to go hand in hand with the national market to discover the best talent that maintains the stagnation of development.”

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