Games Germany is currently planning the first-ever German Steam Sale, featuring and promoting games made in Germany. Therefore, we are looking for you and your games to participate!
The event is set for end of February 2022 (after Steam’s Next Fest and the Lunar New Year Event). As we want to showcase the vast variety of games made in Germany, any studio with a head office in Germany can participate.
To participate in this Steam event, please fill out this form by January 31. 2022.
To guarantee a certain quality, the Steam reviews of the submitted games should be at least mostly positive (in individual cases, or if your game is reviewed positivly by Steam users but doesn’t have enough reviews to generate a user rating, an exception can be made to this rule).
Each developer is allowed to submit 2 items in total (you’re free to choose if you want to feature already released or upcoming games to generate Wishlist entries; item can refer to your game or bundle). Publishers are allowed to submit more than 2 items, as long as they are developed by different devs with a head office in Germany.
Update: There won’t be a cool-down period afterwards!
Please keep in mind: as a regional sales event, we cannot avoid a 30 days cool-down period. As we are close to the end oft he fiscal year, there may be sales events held by publishers during this period.
Need help finding your app ID? Go to the Steam page of your game, check the URL. The app ID is included in the URL between app/…/game titel, e.g. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1276660/Tinkertown/
Past articles on this website have been all around founding. An overview over all the deadlines 2021 for the regional fundings in Germany and how to combine federal and regional funding.
But Germany has more to offer than various networks all across the country, regional fundings and annual 50 Mio Euro of federal funding.
Click here for the full article on Gamasutra about the 5 reasons to join the games industry in Germany and read more about Germany’s vibrant developer scene, a healthy work-life balance and the future of the German games industry.
“Games Germany – Regional Funds and Networks” reception: Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017, 15:45, „Made In Germany“ Area.
During a reception at the world’s largest games fair gamescom in Cologne “Games Germany – Regional Funds and Networks” (GG) will officially start. Petra Müller, Head of the Film- und Medienstiftung NRW will give a short introduction before the networking starts.
You are all cordially invited to join us for this occasion right in the middle of the „Made in Germany area“, in Hall 3.2 B-013/C-012 in the business area.
With over 1.000 m² of games in hall 10.1., the Indie Arena Booth has become the world’s largest shared game developer showcase in the world. It presents over 80 games from 24 countries and covers the whole spectrum from newcomer teams to AA indie publishers.
Games Germany is proud to support the 5th anniversary edition of the Indie Arena Booth.
More information about the Indie Arena Booth can be found on their website.
On may 17th 2017 more than 200 international guests of the Nordic Game conference in Malmö joined Games Germany on the rooftop of the Grilljanne to enjoy an amazing view and networking opportunity.
Till Hardy (Film und Medien Stiftung NRW), Jan Lingemann (Mediennetzwerk NRW), Denise Anh-Dao Beyschlag (games:net berlinbrandenburg), Robin Hartmann (Games/Bavaria) welcomed the guests to the official kick-off Games Germany and invited the Games Industry to discover each German Region in the frame of the upcoming cross-regional activities.
As Games Germany aims to support the German Games industry´s appearance at big national and international trade shows this was the first try while still not being official and already a huge success.