Supporting the UK's graduate game dev talent

The Enterprise and Employment Pathways are now over for this year.

Selected Enterprise teams will receive support from the UK Games Fund, an announcement about who will be made soon. 

Want to know more about the Enterprise teams?


This year there are 17 teams across the UK that have worked on their summer project. The teams have pitched for funding of up to £25k at this year's ProtoPlay. Details about selected teams will be made soon.


With teams nationwide, Jamfuser saw some amazingly creative and innovative games submitted. All teams took part to improve their CVs and network in the industry.Find out more about the programme.

Enterprise Pathway

This year’s Enterprise Pathway has now concluded, with selected teams set to be announced as recipients of UK Games Fund grant support. As part of the Enterprise Pathway, 17 teams worked collaboratively over the summer with the competition culminating in our very own digital showcase, ProtoPlay. This short clip captures the 2021 Enterprise Pathway.

What is Tranzfuser?

Tranzfuser offers UK graduates the freedom and space to develop video game IP they want to make and see others play.

Whether a team wants to commercialise their IP and establish a sustainable studio,  are keen to refine professional skills to land their dream job in the industry or has a desire to address climate change through video games, this year’s Tranzfuser  is for them!

Talent Development

Tranzfuser acts as a launchpad for team members who aspire to build a commercially sustainable studio or simply pursue a career as an employee or freelancer and want to use their project as evidence of their talent.

Making an Impact

Whether as part of an indie commercial entity or as a talented practitioner, Tranzfuser is here to fuel and encourage your ambition in making it in the game development sector.

Showcasing Skills

With a proven track record for shining a light on the most talented graduate game development teams. All Tranzfuser participants, regardless of their chosen Pathway, will have the opportunity to demonstrate their skills to the public in a variety of ways.

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Where are they now?

Having been introduced in 2016, Tranzfuser has welcomed many passionate and talented teams and individuals from across the UK through it’s doors. 

Join us as we catch up with a few of those that have gone on to secure valuable roles within the industry, whether in employment elsewhere or running their own studios.

Employment Pathway

The Employment Pathway saw teams work collaboratively on a 6 week long game jam with a specific theme. Check out more about the theme, and what challenges the teams faced, here. 

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Tranzfuser Local Hubs

Local Hubs act as an inspirational central space and focal point for Tranzfuser teams; providing a dynamic learning environment that cultivates this diverse community, acting as a hot house for innovative games IP development and resulting in high level of achievement over a short period of  time.

Teams can still take part in Tranzfuser without association with a Local Hub.

Manchester Metropolitan University
Abertay University
Wrexham Glyndŵr University
Glasgow Caledonian University
Falmouth University
Creative Computing Club
Brunel University London
University of Westminster
University of the West of Scotland
University of Suffolk
University of South Wales
London College of Communication
University of Bedfordshire
Teesside University
Northern Ireland Screen
Staffordshire University
University of Bradford
Leeds Beckett University
University of Plymouth
University of Chester
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Academy of Contemporary Music

Words from our community

With 6 years under our belts, we now have a sizeable engaged communtiy of Tranzfuser alumni. What would they say to future participants?

If you’re keen to put your skills to the test, Tranzfuser is a great platform to find out where you can shine in the games industry. I know a lot of people who are now running their own studios or have joined big developers to bring their skills to AAA titles.
Caoimhe Roddy
2016, Cold Sun Studios
If you want to know what it’s like to be a studio or make an independent title, I would strongly advise you to jump at this opportunity. We picked up so many great lessons during our journey through Tranzfuser which have aided us throughout our last two years in business as an indie studio.
Emily Bailey
2018, Antler Studios
Tranzfuser is the best opportunity available for new and recent graduates to try their hand at becoming a part of the games industry. Even if you don’t get the further funding, you walk away with a huge amount of experience, a much larger network, and the ability to break into the industry at a much higher level, and it doesn’t cost you anything because you get funding!
Adam Boyne
2016, BetaJester

What are the pathways?

Although now closed for entrants, there have been more options to choose from than ever before. Our Pathways have enabled teams to benefit from taking part in our programme in a way like never before.