More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft
More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft

Die 9. Hamburg Games Conference in Bildern und Videos

Unter dem Motto "Play it: The Future of Games and Films" fand am 5. April die 9. Hamburg Games Conference statt. Hier gibt's Bilder und Videos eines spannenden Nachmittags und Abends.

Die Besucher der 9. Hamburg Games Conference bekamen einiges zu hören und zu sehen: Erfahrene Sprecher und spannende Vorträge rund ums Thema Transmedia, um die Berührungspunkte und Schnittmengen von Film und Spiel zeichneten die gehaltvolle Veranstaltung aus, die auch in diesem Jahr ihre Heimat in der Bucerius Law School fand.

So hielt beispielsweise Christian Fonnesbech, Head of IP bei Nordisk Film Games die Keynote, Bengt-Oliver Stellmann von Garlic Games Media sprach über ein AR-Game zu einer Graphic Novel vom Carlsen Verlag und Niklas Wilke von PriceWaterhouseCoopers präsentierte Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten.


Wer nicht anwesend sein konnte, sollte sich ein bisschen grämen - schließlich haben er oder sie tolle Gelegenheiten zum Networking verpasst. Aber zu großer Ärger ist fehl am Platz: Die Gamecity:Hamburg hat die komplette Konferenz live übertragen, sämtliche Vorträge sind auf YouTube zu finden. Wer auf die Themen klickt, kommt direkt zum Video des jeweiligen Programmpunkts.

Less risk, more value: Create your IP for ALL media
Christian Fonnesbech (Head of IP Development, Nordisk Film Games)

Case Study: Vom Album zum Buch, Film und Game und vom Film zum VR-Game - Erfahrungen aus Transmedia-Projekten
Michael Geidel (Produzent für Film und Games, MiriquidiFilm Leipzig)

Case Study: Die Workflows von „Trüberbrook" – Was man aus der Filmproduktion für Games-Development lernen kann
Hans Böhme (btf GmbH)

Case Study:AR-Game zur Graphic Novel „Der nasse Fisch" vom Carlsen Verlag
Bengt-Oliver Stellmann (Creative Director, Garlic Games Media GmbH)

Case Study
Petra Monheim (Founder, Goodbye Kansas Germany)

Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten
Niklas Wilke (Partner, PriceWaterhouseCoopers)

Und auch die anschließende Veranstaltung - der Gamecity-Treff mit 12min.NEXT zum Thema "Games & Gamification" - hat's auf die YouTube-Seite der Gamecity Hamburg geschafft. Hier ist das Video - wir wünschen viel erbaulichen Spaß beim Gucken!


Photo: Selim Sudheimer

Games Internship: Insights into Hamburg's Game Studio

We accompanied the 20 students participating in this year's 3-week school internship and saw what they had already learned and worked on during the past weeks. This time we stopped by at their first day at Deep Silver FISHLABS and got a great lesson on game design.

Guides to the Games Industry: Interview with Christopher Dring from

Games business outlets: They are our guides to the business but barely guided to. Well, not anymore! In a short article series, we will be your guide to the real guides of the games industry, portraying some of the major B2B outlets that are essential readings in the industry. First up, and Christopher Dring, Head of Games B2B.

Queer Games Bundle 2022 - our Top 5

Pride Month 2022 is almost over and so is the sale period for Queer Games Bundle 2022 on After a successful premiere in 2021, the Queer Games Bundle once again presents lots and lots of games by queer game makers, aiming to support queer creators and celebrate the diversity of their games. We had a look into the bundle and share a few of our favorites from it here!

Three Questions to: RetroBrain R&D - Working on the Intersection between Gaming and Eldercare

The Hamburg-based company RetroBrain R&D is exploring the fascinating cross-section of an easy-to-use game console for the elder generation that has not come into touch with video games so often yet, while also functioning as a medical device that increases their physical and mental fitness.

Games Influencers From Hamburg You Should Know In 2022 - Influencer Guide Pt. 1

Influencers can be an enormous help for developers and gaming startups. With their help, you can put your game on the map and reach an even wider audience. But first, one must get to know the local influencer landscape so let’s have a look at five of the most successful games influencers from Hamburg.

New Feature: The Company Index

We've got a new feature on our website: The company index, listing over 200 companies from Hamburg's vast games industry landscape - check it out!

Pride and diversity: Links, tips and resources

Diversity has become a central topic for the games industry and information, attention and networking are important in this context. On the occasion of Pride Month, we collect events, resources and organizations that can be interesting for LGBTQ+ game developers, employers or allies to start digging deeper into the topic.

Games Lift: Good for you?

If things go well here, we like to keep them going. That is certainly the plan with our Games Lift Incubator. After two successful runs, preparations for the third are well underway. We are still open for teams with a strong vision and ambitious goals. But there’s only a few days left.

Three Questions to: Explorlings - makers of the child-friendly game "Sheeplings"

The Hamburg-based studio Explorlings has a special mission: developing apps for a responsible and gentle introduction of children to the world of digital devices. Lately, they released their first game "Sheeplings" - we took the opportunity to ask Bernhard Mies, CEO and founder of Explorlings a few questions.

Celebrating Pride Month

Gamecity Hamburg celebrates Pride Month June with positive examples of LGBTQ+ related games, a new Gamecity Impulse talk and more.

Games Lift Incubator - The Alumni's Experiences

The Games Lift Incubator is going into the third edition in 2022 already, so we took the opportunity to ask three alumni of the past two years about their experience with the program. These are three very different projects so we were especially curious about their impressions. You can currently apply to the 2022 edition of the Games Lift Incubator until June 14. We hope these reports on the Incubator will help you with your decision to apply.   

Prototype Funding 2022: 398,000 euros for six projects from Hamburg

In the 2022 funding round of the Gamecity Hamburg Prototype Funding program the awarding committee decided to fund six prototypes for digital games by Hamburg-based devs and studios with a total of 398,000 euros. Congratulations to all recipients - we are already excited to see all projects grow and take up speed!

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