Victory At Sea is now a TIGA award winning game!

Thursday 6th November at the 2014 UK Games Industry TIGA Awards at London’s Southbank, Victory at Sea won Best Action/Adventure by a Small Studio.

The TIGA Awards recognise and reward all areas of the games industry, from established studios to emerging start-ups and budding games teams. As the trade association for developers, digital publishers, service providers and education providers, TIGA is designed to applaud and encourage the next generation of games studios and creatives.

Victory At Sea was supported by grant funding from Creative England’s GamesLab South West programme, and won top prize for Best Game in the Small Studio Action/Adventure category as well as receiving a nomination for the prestigious Leadership award alongside heavyhitters Playground Games.

A full list of the TIGA Awards winners can bee seen here. 

CEO James Carroll with the Creative England team at the TIGA awards

CEO James Carroll with the Creative England team at the TIGA awards


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Victory At Sea is a product of the GamesLab South West programme.

Creative England GamesLab South West is a programme of investment and support, designed to aid and sustain the growth of the region’s burgeoning games’ industry through the development of innovative games and IP. Working with emerging and established companies, Creative England GamesLab South West aims to create the conditions necessary for the most innovative and commercially astute games companies from around the region to flourish. Working with employers, students and individuals, Creative England GamesLab South West also delivers initiatives to create jobs and ensure the retention of established and emerging talent within the region to sustain

the growth it aims to deliver during its two-year lifespan. Creative England GamesLab South West is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, supported by the Government’s Regional Growth Fund and led by Creative England.