The Mexican Game Developers Federation is a gathering of Mexican game industry companies that offers a great variety of IPs as well as development and outsourcing services ranging from online to console games. The federation was formed last year by four established companies and was promptly joined by 40 other companies and the top 5 most important universities in Mexico with the common vision or reaching a critical mass that will drive the whole Mexican industry forward.
It’s an organism formed by videogame development companies, federations and academic institutions. All of them organized and supported by the 3 levels of government with the goal of generating the industry in Mexico.
The organism necessity was detected and generated the idea in 2003.
It was consolidated in Zapopan, Jalisco in 2009.
Game Developers Conference (GDC) in the United States of America
Montreal International Game Summit (MIGS) in Canada
International Game Developers Association (IGDA) in the United States of America
Casual Game Association (CGA) in the United States of America
mexicodevgames.org is above all politic party and all party politics.
The motto of the "Federación Mexicana para el desarrollo de la industria de los videojuegos, A.C." (Mexican Federation for the development of the videogame industry) will be: "Adding we will build the videogames development industry in Mexico".
"Together, developing better, for Mexico"
mexicodevgames.org is an organism that
“mexicodevgames.org is an consolidated organism, leader in the videogame developing field whose member companies are recognized by its quality and by its integral growth.
By the success case generation, production quality of the members companies and their reciprocal participation, they project a high strength and unity level. It becomes well related and recognized by international organizations and authorities of videogame development industry. Opinion leader at a national and international level. Participates with efficiency in the country academic politics and collaborates in the professionalization of Mexican industry.
This vision demands from mexicodevgames.org that: