|ROSEMOUNT STUDENTS INVITED TO VIDEO GAME CREATOR GALA|
MONTREAL, APRIL 10, 2016 – With the help of Fusion Jeunesse in the fall, students at Rosemount High School created a video game and now this work will be recognized at the Youth Fusion Video Game Creation Gala on Tuesday May 2 (3 pm to 7:30 pm) at Theatre Rialto ( 5723 Parc).
Going over the pre-production, design and promotion of a new game, the fall presentation was packed with details. From its infancy stages to the later phase of the creation timeline, students were taken on a journey through the video game birthing process by two presenters: Michael Penta from Ubisoft and Charlène Boutin, from Fusion Jeunesse.
Rosemount High School students are eligible for two awards at the Gala: Best Game and Perseverance. Should they win, they would be rewarded with either an activity day at Ubisoft Montreal or a draw for four spots in a video game creation summer camp, respectively.
Michael J. Cohen