Since 2013, the GameZone has been an integral part of the ITFS. This year, that will not change! The GameZone awaits you again with different offers from GameZone Talks, Indie Games, eSports to a Game Jam. While in the GameZone Talents you can discover the latest games from national and international universities, the nominated games of the Animated Games Award Germany are waiting to be discovered by you. The GameZone Kids also offers a varied online program with various workshops and provides multiple game fun at home! In addition, under Local Heroes – Kokolores & Friends, regional games studios introduce themselves and present their latest games. Finally, Engines Stuttgart e.V., the city’s first eSports club, presents itself.
Animated Games Award Germany
Check out the nominees of the Animated Games Award Germany 2021 here. The winner of the Animated Games Award Germany will be announced on Friday, May 07 6 p.m. at the Tickstar Professional Awards ceremony.
National and international universities introduce themselves and present the latest games of the students.
Presentations and statements on teaching with games. On 06.05.2021 the panel discussion “Edutain Me 7.0 – Games as teaching material in the digital classroom” will take place live. Be there live.
Selected talks will take place over three days. The topics are Creating*Diversity, Women in Games & Animation & Edutain Me 7.0 – Games as teaching material in the digital classroom.
Stuttgart has also arrived in the eSports scene. With Engines Stuttgart e.V., the first eSport club of the city introduces itself!
Faith, Love, Hope – A Virtual Video Exhibition
Mon, May 03 – Sun,May 16
With #OpertrotzCorona (#OperadespiteCorona), the Staatsoper Stuttgart has repeatedly succeeded in offering its audience special virtual experiences since spring 2020. This is also the case with the project that can be seen free of charge in the GameZone at the ITFS OnlineFestival: Both Robert Schumann’s “Scenes from Goethe’s Faust” and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” cannot currently be experienced on stage under the given circumstances. Director Marco Štorman, conductor André de Ridder and their entire team have nevertheless dealt with contents and contexts, with Faust, Judas and Jesus, Gretchen and Mary and – last, not least – Mephistopheles. The musical and cinematic results of this exploration can be seen in the virtual exhibition “Faith, Love, Hope”. Eight stations from heaven through the world to hell. The creative and art directors Maximilan Heitsch and Demian Wohler of Moby Digg, who are responsible for the animation, will also give an insight into the production process of the experience in a making of lecture on ONLINE PRO.