Serbian Games Association

Serbian Games Association (SGA) is a non-profit, NGO, focused on developing the national gaming industry. Our members are teams, companies, and individuals from Serbia that develop video games or other content and services for the currently most developed entertainment industry in the world.

Our goal is to enhance their ability to compete globally, to create the best possible conditions to make amazing video games here in Serbia and to develop the talent and creativity of everyone in the sector. All this with the help and support of our partners and friends, paired with coordinated activities and initiatives with Government representatives, other businesses and non-profits, the education sector, as well as other associations of the entertainment industry.

SGA was established in March 2018 in Belgrade, inspired by similar associations that are paramount in supporting the gaming industries of some of the most developed economies globally.

Events

March 2021

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  • SGA online workshop: Ad Monetizacija – Najbolji na…
  • Exploring the Quixel Ecosystem
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  • +FREE+ SGA lecture // Rendering 101 – osnove, šejd…
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  • SGA – Shift2Games serijal – TBA
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  • Who rules your data? The state of global data regu…
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  • Who rules your data? The state of global data regu…
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  • DEADLINE Game Trailer Challenge
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  • SGA – Shift2Games serijal – TBA
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Serbian Gaming Industry Report

SGA is now supported by 80 companies, across Serbia. That is 20 companies more compared to the same time last year. They employ close to 2.000 people and as you will see in this updated report, they are leaving a mark on the global scene. From smaller indie studios and their hypercasual hits to big teams working on AAA titles, games and studios from Serbia have been making headlines, and we couldn’t be more proud. 

The global games industry has been on a healthy growth trajectory over the last decade, but due to this tumultuous year, it is safe to say that there has never been a time when games have been considered more relevant and economically significant than they are today. This presents a real opportunity for all of the studios in Serbia, to thrive together as a sector. We need to leverage the strengths we have, primarily the ability to do a lot with little, and also our abundance of engineering talent, and be bold.

Nikola Čavić, chairman and president of the SGA

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