Ubisoft Program @ Station F - AI
About Ubisoft Program @ Station F...
Ubisoft has partnered with Station F, the world's largest start-up campus, to lead the Gaming and Entertainment program.
Ubisoft’s program encourages and creates stimulating gatherings between Ubisoft expert teams, entrepreneurs and external experts in order to shape tomorrow’s entertainment. Each participating start-up works with Ubisoft to define their goals and regularly meets with experts to track their progress.
Ubisoft is recruiting new start-ups for its second season. The next season will focus on two main topics: Mobile AR and Blockchain. The 6-month season will run from April through September 2018.
The Ubisoft Gaming and Entertainment program is free for the selected start-ups. Ubisoft works with each start-up to build a tailor-made mentorship program that meets their development needs. Participants are provided space in the Ubisoft area of Station F, and benefit from a stimulating ecosystem of entrepreneurs and experts.
Applications are open to all international start-ups.
Here are testimonials from the season 1 batch:
"The first season was a tremendous success for us. Thanks to the in-depth knowledge of Ubisoft experts and the benevolent wisdom and energy of Ubisoft’s Station F Program team, we were able to take great steps forward." - Mimesys
“We’ve had the opportunity to work with kind and attentive teams from Ubisoft who really want to help us succeed. Their vision for blockchain technology is fascinating and very refreshing. This has been a fruitful partnership for all of us, and we are keen to make the most of this opportunity to reward players and the wider community.” - B2Expand
"Ubisoft’s program at Station F is invaluable for young start-ups like Realcast. In terms of visibility, we’ve gotten to show our work to key players and our company is attracting top talents. Ubisoft’s unique expertise, within the Station F ecosystem, has really helped us to grow. Finally, the Ubisoft Station F Program brings a great vibe to the workspace." - RealCast
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