GameDuell in the news
Last week, one of the most popular GameDuell games, Rummy, was finally re-launched on our website www.gameduell.com.
Office. The word that draws a picture of a dull grey cubicle in a dusty city centre. The word that makes you tired and bored. The word that represents routine and monotony… but not at GameDuell! Here, the office life is bright and exciting as there’s always something happening, either table tennis tournaments, or birthday singings, or eat-that-cake marathons – you name it. One of the latest additions to the GameDuell life is Little Diggers – an initiative coming from our team members who decided to set up a garden on the rooftop terrace and further contribute to the green philosophy here at GameDuell.
Last December, we gave our yearly Christmas donation to Spielwagen e.V. – an organization that puts all its effort into creating individual playground activities across the areas of Friedrichschain-Kreuzberg in Berlin.
Here, at GameDuell, we like doing sports. We jog, we do back training and yoga, we play volleyball and we love table tennis. In fact, GameDuell has a serious case of table tennis obsession – nearly everybody in the office has already caught a table tennis bug, so you can hear people fling the ping pong ball every single day.
This infatuation has reached its peak yesterday, when the world witnessed the 2nd Annual GameDuell Table Tennis Masters Tournament.
GameDuell is proud to announce its most recent charity recipient: Skate-Aid.org. We have donated 2,500 Euros for the organization founded by the German skate guru, Titus Dittman. Our donation will go towards repairing the Shangilia Skate Park in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Nordic countries have a fast-growing gaming market, enriched by many talented game developers and designers. This makes Scandinavia one of the best locations to produce and play games, so GameDuell is heading there to see what’s up!
Next week, Kraków will host one of the leading gaming conferences in Central and Eastern Europe – Digital Dragons. As the city that is famous for being one of the most beautiful places in Europe, Kraków is also known as the Silicon Valley and the tech capital of Poland.
International games expert Erik t' Sas joins Berlin-based studio