Call for Applications: Ubisoft's Gaming and Entertainment program for Start-ups in Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain

Ubisoft’s program encourages and creates stimulating gatherings between Ubisoft expert teams, entrepreneurs and external experts in order to shape tomorrow’s entertainment. Each participating start-up works with Ubisoft to define their goals and regularly meets with experts to track their progress.
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Ubisoft’s program encourages and creates stimulating gatherings between Ubisoft expert teams, entrepreneurs and external experts in order to shape tomorrow’s entertainment. Each participating start-up works with Ubisoft to define their goals and regularly meets with experts to track their progress.
 
Ubisoft is recruiting new start-ups for its new season. The next season will focus on two main topics: Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain.
 
The Ubisoft Gaming and Entertainment program is free for the selected start-ups. Ubisoft works with each start-up to build a tailor-made mentorship program that meets their development needs. Participants are provided space in the Ubisoft area of Station F, and benefit from a stimulating ecosystem of entrepreneurs and experts. 
Applications are open to all international start-ups.
 
Dateline for submission: 15 November 2018
 
Source: Ubisoft
 

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