PARIS, FRANCE — November 30, 2017 — Today, Ubisoft launched an international call to recruit start-ups to participate in the second season of its Gaming and Entertainment Program at Paris-based Station F, the world’s largest start-up campus. This second season will focus on blockchain and mobile augmented reality, two technologies with high potential for the entertainment industry.

“A personalized and tailor-made program for each of the participating entrepreneurs will enable them to interact with many Ubisoft experts as well as with many partners across our international network,” says Catherine Seys, program director, Ubisoft.

Ubisoft intends to gather international start-ups that have developed concrete experiences in these areas and that stand out for the originality and scope of their project, as well as the innovative use of technologies and the quality of the teams involved. The selected start-ups will be invited to work in Paris at Station F for a period of six months, between April and September 2018, where they will benefit from the campus’ unique ecosystem and Ubisoft’s mentorship.

Start-ups who are interested in applying should submit their application by December 31st, 2017.

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