After a fantastic night at Abertay University we're delighted to confirm Ant Workshop as winners of the final Big Indie Pitch of 2017! Edinburgh-based Tony Gowland and his team took top prize after delivering a top-class pitch for Dead End Job, a twin-stick style shooter with a unique art style inspired by classic 90s cartoons such as Ren and Stimpy.
After an almost flawless start to the season October and November have been trickier months for the team. However as we head into winter Rovers are still just three points from the SPFL League One summit and still on course to roar back into the Championship at the first attempt. Whilst results haven't always gone our way lately there's still been some great performances and for us one player has stood out over the past few weeks, Dario Zanatta.
We're delighted to announce that we'll be sponsoring the final Big Indie Pitch of 2017 in our hometown of Dundee. The event takes place on 30th November and will see some of the world's best and most innovative indie developers join us on Tayside.
Halloween celebrations came fashionably late to Tag Towers this year, but as always, the best things come to those who wait as the team pulled out all the stops with a set of costumes that went from creepy to bizarre and everywhere in between.
Winter is coming in Scotland but before 2017 draws to a close, our CEO Paul Farley be heading to Paris for Game Connection 2017.