Tampere University and the CoE Gamecult were pleased to host artist, academic, and game designer Troy Innocent during the week of 8th–16th April, 2019. Innocent was visiting for the 15th Annual Tampere University Game Lab Spring Seminar, Urban Play. The Spring Seminar was hosted by the CoE Gamecult and held at the Vapriikki Museum in Tampere, home of the Finnish Museum of Games.
On 6-10 August 2019, the international conference of game scholars, DiGRA 2019, takes place in Kyoto, Japan. More […]
Thousands of people gather into Ropecon this weekend (26-28 July 2019) – the largest volunteer-organised role-playing convention in […]
In collaboration with the CoE-GameCult, SNSUS – Stiftelsen Nordiska Sällskapet för Upplysning om Spelberoende is organising the 12th Nordic Conference on Gambling […]
CoE Gamecult presents “Modern Games: Institutions and the Colonization of Indeterminacy,” a lecture by Thomas Malaby on Friday 12 April, also available online.
The CoE in Game Culture Studies proudly presents a series of OASIS Lunch Time Talks! These talks will […]
Dosentti Pauliina Raento on johtavia rahapelikulttuurin tutkimuksen asiantuntijoita ja hän on aloittanut tammikuussa 2019 tutkimustyön Pelikulttuurien tutkimuksen huippuyksikössä. […]
A visiting CoE-GameCult scholar lecture took place in 14th November in OASIS at the University of Tampere. The […]
The 15th annual University of Tampere Game Research Lab Spring Seminar focuses on Urban Play. Urban spaces offer […]
The Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies has started its operation in the beginning of the year, […]