Georgia State Professor Recognized As Trailblazer In Entertainment Industry
Published November 20, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Candice Alger, a professor of practice at the Creative Media Industries Institute, has been honored as the Woman of the Year in Arts by the organization Women in Technology.
Georgia State Police Chief Talks Candidly with Student Activists in “Crucial Conversations”
Published October 8, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Georgia State’s Rialto Center for the Arts, GSUTV, the Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) and the Narrating Justice Project have introduced “Crucial Conversations,” a statewide TV series of civil, nonpartisan discussions addressing racial equity and reconciliation.
Georgia State's Fall PantherLAN Esports Tournament Held Virtually on Twitch, Oct. 31-Nov. 1
Published September 29, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Georgia State University’s varsity esports team will host the fall PantherLAN Esports Tournament virtually via Twitch.
Class of 2024 Presidential Scholar Finds Inspiration in Retro Media
Published September 28, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Varun Joshi often looks to the past for the inspiration that will shape his future.
Georgia State University Creates New Degree Programs in Game Design, Game Development
Published July 6, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Georgia's gaming and digital entertainment industry is projected to generate up to 12,000 jobs this year, with an estimated economic impact of $550 million.
Georgia State’s PantherLAN Esports Tournament Moves Online to Twitch March 28-29
Published March 3, 2020 in Georgia State News Hub
Because the safety of the Georgia State University community is its highest priority, during the coronavirus pandemic, the Georgia State Esports PantherLAN Tournament will be livestreamed on Twitch March 28-29. The tournament was originally scheduled to be held at Georgia State Stadium.
Georgia State Esports Wins Against Georgia Tech, Scoring Second National Championship Victory This Fall
Published December 11, 2019 in Georgia State News Hub
Georgia State University’s varsity esports program has won its second national championship this fall, winning 3-1 against the Georgia Institute of Technology in the American Video Game League’s (AVGL) “SMITE” Collegiate Championship in the grand finals.
Georgia State Varsity Esports Wins At National Fall Collegiate SMITE Tournament
Published November 20, 2019 in Georgia State News Hub
Georgia State University’s varsity esports team won the national fall collegiate tournament in the video game “SMITE” on Nov. 17 at Dreamhack Atlanta, a large esports and digital festival attracting thousands in person and many more viewing through the Twitch platform.
Former Georgia State Student Ludacris Comes Back to Campus as CMII Artist-In-Residence
Published October 29, 2019 in Georgia State News Hub
Chris Bridges – known professionally as Ludacris – is joining Georgia State’s Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) this fall as an artist-in-residence.