Into Games, a not-for-profit which supports people looking for work in the games industry, has joined forces with Creative Assembly for a unique initiative to help parents understand how their children could forge a career in games.

Parent’s Night is an evening of learning to inform parents about what their first games role could look like, and will provide an introduction to some free resources to get them started.

Featuring a talk from Andy Robertson, author of Taming Gaming and creator of the Family Video Game Database, plus a panel discussion with some of the team at Creative Assembly, Parent’s Night will help individuals to:

  • Understand how to lead children to healthy gaming, as well as discover what games are helping children to unleash their creativity and build their own virtual experiences
  • Find out the truth behind some common games industry myths
  • Learn about what resources are available to help kickstart your child’s journey into making games

Who is the event for?
This event is free and open for any parents, guardians, and caregivers to attend, designed especially for those who want to find out more about what a potential career in games for their children could look like and the starting blocks for getting there.

It takes place on Wednesday December 15th at 7.30pm GMT. Register for free here.