To fulfil our goals, we stocked up our team capacity which means, that every department gained new members.

Sebastian Wyrwall

The Production team is now supported by Sebastian Wyrwall, a Game Producer, who is also responsible for marketing. Before joining BerlinGamesClub he worked for one of the major gaming companies on the market and as a freelance lecturer and author. He decided to take on Game Production to learn effective agile project management, team leadership and marketing.

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Attila Szenczi-Molnar

Attila Szenczi-Molnar, an amazing artist with lots of experience, has now joined the game design department. He studied Entertainment Art/Animation, is a Certified Unity Developer and already has professional work experience as a storyboard artist for the Film and Commercial Industries. As Attila wants to work in the gaming industry, he decided to improve his game design skills. You should really see his concept art!

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Markus Bohnert

On the technical side we are supported by Markus Bohnert , a programmer with a lot of experience. Previously, he worked as a software developer for a big IT-company. One day Markus decided to follow his dream to become a game developer. He is a highly motivated and professional developer following his passion.

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Lisa Bel Hirschmann

Lisa Bel Hirschmann is our new artist. She is from the Caribbean and this wonderful area of the world totally represents her art skills. She studied art already on another university and decided to improve her skills by joining us at the Games Academy. She’s also very interested in programming!

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