Common questions about Game Design
"What are the skills I need to be a
Game Designer...should I learn
coding and sketching/art?"
"Are there good career opportunities for Game Designers, particularly in India ?"
"How can I learn Game Design and get a job as a Game designer?"
"Can I make a good living as a Game Designer? What are the salaries like?"
BOOTCAMP DAY 1
WHAT GAME DESIGN IS, AND WHY YOU NEED TO LEARN IT
What 'Game Design' REALLY means, and what skills are needed
Do programmers and artists need to understand game design?
The various roles within game design and what they do
BOOTCAMP DAY 2
IS GAME DESIGN A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?
Career prospects for game designers
What kind of salaries do game designers get?
Working conditions for game designers and a typical day in the life
How to convince your parents that gamedev is a good career
BOOTCAMP DAY 3
HOW TO BE A WORLD-CLASS GAME DESIGNER
How to create Game Design documentation
Specializing and getting a high starting salary
Guest appearance from a top game industry recruiter
Details of the Gamer2maker Game Design program
Who should attend the G2M Game Design Bootcamp?
Tired of your boring IT job, and want to switch to gamedev?
Doing B.Tech/CSE and wondering how to
become a gamedev?
Studying in Class 11/12 who want to join the game industry.
Working, studying or doing ANYTHING, who want to make games!
ABOUT YOUR MENTOR
Rahul Sehgal is the founder of Gamer2Maker and a game industry veteran with 13+ years of experience making games for several platforms; he is currently the Creative Lead of a game studio.
He attended the Game Design program at VFS, interned at Piranha Games in Vancouver, and went on to work for some of the biggest game companies as well as working a design consultant for several game studios.
He has taught Game Design and Production to, and mentored, more than 2000 students in the last 10+ years, who have gone on to work for game companies all over the world and also set up their own successful studios.
His aim is to help build a world-class game industry in India by enabling ten thousand people to become high-quality professional game-makers.