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    Ubisoft Singapore Joins Singapore Games Association As Gold Member

    Ubisoft has announced that they will be joining the Singapore Games Association (SGGS) as a gold member. The SGGA was founded to strengthen and facilitate the development of the Singapore games and esports ecosystem. Being a key trade association in Singapore, its vision is also rooted in supporting Singapore-based gaming companies, game creators, gaming service providers, publishers, and investors.

    “The SGGA is proud to have Ubisoft Singapore, one of Singapore’s longest-running AAA studios, as our gold member. With this partnership, we look forward to attracting talent of all levels and disciplines to the games industry and working towards building a sustainable gaming ecosystem in Singapore,”

    Gwen Guo – Chairperson, SGGA

    Ubisoft Singapore has over 500 employees of diverse backgrounds and has played a pivotal role in developing award-winning games and development for the past 13 years.

    “The SGGA has done some remarkable work to promote the local video game industry. Ubisoft Singapore is proud to be a member of the SGGA and be a part of its journey to build and support a sustainable game ecosystem. Our team of talented and passionate individuals has produced many amazing games over the years, and we are honoured to partner the SGGA in showing how video game development is a fun and exciting career choice!”

    Darryl Long – Managing Director, Ubisoft Singapore

    The latest membership with SGGA is yet another testament to Ubisoft Singapore’s commitment to the video games industry. The membership also aligns with its core focus of enriching people’s lives, as well as bringing creativity and innovation to players, communities, and the industry.

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