Edited by Tony Dundon and Adrian Wilkinson
Chapter 28: Organizing project-based work in the games industry: Two contrasting cases
The Dutch games industry is young, dynamic and growing fast. There are many start-ups, but at the same time the business failure rate among these companies is high. In comparison to other countries, an important share of the Dutch market is made up of companies that focus on so-called serious games (also referred to as applied games), or combine entertainment games and serious games in their business model. The games industry is a hot industry with an oversupply of labour, which is related to the numerous educational institutes that offer games-related programmes in the Netherlands. The work is generally project-based, regardless of whether it is work-for-hire or developing own games.
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