Information Technology in Brazil: Success in creating games puts market in evidence
The dream of many young people to develop video games in Brazil may be a little easier to accomplish. Young developers have produced work that could put the country in evidence in the area, allowing heat in a national market for game creation and the possibility of growth in coming years.
The highlight of Brazil in the creation of games is proved by recent results: Team Signum Games from Brazil was the champion in the Game Design category in the 2011 Imagine Cup competition, a sort of Olympics of software development promoted by Microsoft.
In recent years, Brazilians have developed numerous titles for the PC, social networking, advergames (games for advertising) and games for mobile phones and tablets, as the iPhone and iPad. In addition, some developers have look at the mother lode of the market, which is to produce games for consoles like the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
According to the Brazilian Association of the developers of electronic games (Abragames) with information from a consultant of the Association for Promotion of Brazilian Software Excellence (Softex) Manfredini Bernardo, Brazil has about 50 registered companies that develop games. And if the headline that the country has in the scenario of creating games serve as a growth perspective, the future for those who want to work in this area is promising.