The appeal of the Danish games industry is its laid-back atmosphere and its positive work-life-balance. This comes from a mix of Danish culture and international ambition.
Thanks to a huge pool of tech talents, Ukraine keeps rapidly evolving as a global game development provider.
Lithuania is the largest and most populated country in the Baltic region. People tend to underestimate the progress of the games industry in smaller European countries.
The Dutch games industry is growing quickly and is about to enter the next stage of economic progress.
Estonia is THE location for digital early adopters and tech evangelists. Almost every part of life here is digitally improved and there are still startups with even more ideas every day.
If there is something like a “prosperous middle class” games industry then Finland is the prime showpiece.
The “Witcher” games by Polish studio CD Project Red certainly brought fame and fortune to the Polish game scene and their follow-up game “Cyberpunk 2077” will most likely repeat that smashing success.
Born from the underground demo scene, the games sector in Sweden has evolved from a hobby for enthusiasts to a global industry with cultural and economic significance just in a few decades.
The German capital is ever-changing. A constant influx of people coming to live in the city brings fresh ideas about work and life with them. And Berlin is welcoming them with open arms.