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Chris Wallace 13th January Business News. British developer Payload Studios has launched a new inclusion initiative, and is calling for up to eight early-stage game developers from underrepresented groups to apply to its new Tentacle Zone Incubator programme.
At Payload, we have always valued the benefits of being part of a strong community of game developers and we hope that via our Tentacle Zone platform and the learnings from our Game On initiative so far, we can help drive positive change by supporting early stage founders from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. Successful applicants will benefit from peer-to-peer learning with more established studios, as well as mentoring and tutoring from a diverse group of industry experts in five key areas, across a four month business support programme:.
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