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Kadri Ugand's Blog


Kadri Ugand, Co-founder of GameFounders, the first gaming startup accelerator in Europe.

GameFounders is a startup accelerator and pre-seed fund working exclusively with game studios. Established in 2012, GameFounders started its operations in a hub in Europe, Estonia and in 2015 expanded with opening a hub in Malaysia to cover Asia. GameFounders selects its portfolio studios from a global pool, so far applications have been sent in from 75 countries. The best 10 teams move to the GameFounders hub for 3 months and go through a mentoring program giving them a boost to build their business. The teams will also have access to a wide array of partnership deals, small investment and a network of mentors. 

Applications for GameFounders are open until December 20 at



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Kadri Ugand's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 12/03/2015 - 01:05]

Thanks for the comment, Kevin, ...

Thanks for the comment, Kevin, I am glad my thoughts helped. r n r nRaising is hard and prepping your studio for the deal is vital. Not sure how far along you are, but maybe GameFounders can help here Write me at [email protected] and we can chat more.