At Alberta Makes Games we do our best to bolster the Alberta game development community.

We are striving to do this in 3 ways:

1. Create a directory of local video games

By archiving games made in Alberta we do several things:
First, we showcase the raw talent of this province. Secondly, we provide awareness of the number of games being created. Thirdly, we inspire the next game makers.

2. Add resources for those developing games

We do our best to point makers to resources. This could be a list of game engines, a link to a locally offered course or awareness of a local game development group.

3. Provide statistics to funding sources

It’s hard to go alone. Funding is an important part of making games. For this reason, we want to help. Our goal is solely to provide those providing funding with data to strengthen and increase their available funding.

The Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit which will be introduced later in 2018 with the Growth and Diversification Act is one such funding source that we have been a part of (prior to AMG’s development). Keep in mind that credits can come and go depending on who is in government. For this reason, we felt it important to develop much better statistics to demonstrate why this funding is important.

Our Team

Craig Pfau
Owner – Community Advocate