Epic Games Gives Out Another $50K in Dev Grants for Unreal Tutors
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Epic Games continue to dish out the cash from their $5 million fund, with the aim of helping people working with Unreal Design Tools to create games. Their latest gesture saw them hand out $50,000 to content creators and tutors.
The main focus this time was to help those who are seeking to help others in game development. People who have been creating advanced guides and tutorials on their websites and YouTube.
The six people who received grants are:
- Mathew Wadstein, a developer who makes Unreal Engine 4 tutorials for his YouTube channel.
- Muhammad A. Moniem, creates free programming tutorials for UE4 on his website.
- Jan Kaluza, an independent developer making Floppy & the Sleepy Planet, a platformer in UE4.
- Cedric Neukirchen, created a free Sound Visualization Plugin for UE4 and also creates tutorials.
- VirtusEdu Learning Hub, a YouTube channel with videos on how to build games, several of which cover UE4.
- Fabrice Bourrelly, a 3D artist making YouTube tutorials for architectural projects in UE4.
Keep up the great work guys and who knows, if you’re doing great work with Unreal, perhaps you’ll be recognized to given a financial boost to help you and others around you keep doing what you love!