La Guilde du jeu vidéo du Québec
The province of Québec is recognized worldwide as capitals of video game development, an industry that has been generating economic and cultural wealth for more than two decades. The emergence of small and medium-sized development studios is testimony to a healthy and growing industry. La Guilde’s mandate is to unify and support local companies of all sizes, independent and international, in order to create an environment of sharing and community by offering mentoring, facilitating the discovery of services and employees, and negotiating group service offers. Our mission is concrete: to promote the success of our members and make Québec the #1 global hub for video game development.
LA CARAVANE IS BACK!
From April 26, La Caravane returns in virtual format! Get ready for programming brimming with relevant content that will meet your different marketing needs. Build a seamless narrative to grow your business and propel your business internationally, through programming that includes training workshops, pitch coaching sessions, and professional exchanges with international delegates and investors.
An initiative by Ubisoft, La Guilde du jeu vidéo du Québec, Québec EPIX and Investissement Québec International, powered by Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain (CCMM) in collaboration with Government of Québec, Le Camp, GamePlay Space and CEIM.
Diversity is at the heart of La Guilde’s mission, come and discover the exceptional people who enrich our industry.
ÉRICA DESROCHERS: QUESTION, TO EVOLVE
Erica Desrochers’s career shows an entrepreneurial and visionary spirit. Rather than following recipes and acting out of habit, she has always sought to make a difference. As for her personal journey, it is precisely that of someone who, one day, took the means to finally feel better.
NOÉMIE DE ROTHSCHILD: GIFTEDNESS A DIVERGENCY WE SHOULD BETTER UNDERSTAND
Noémie de Rothschild has found in the video game industry, particularly at Eidos-Montreal, an environment open to gifted people like her. However, she wants more companies to take the time to understand what this neurodivergency really entails. In fact, employers would gain a lot from it, she said.