Ben Tre Provincial Youth Union’s Standing Committee collaborated with Sparx* and Glass Egg, member studios of Virtuos in Vietnam, to execute the “For One Green Ben Tre” program
This year, 16 young female talent received support from Sparx* and Glass Egg to further develop their skills and pursue careers in the games industry.
Vietnam’s largest external game developer keeps up its efforts in building a great workplace and bringing more female talent to the industry.
Virtuos believes that female talent brings more diverse perspectives and creativity to the Group and the game industry as well, enabling us to make games better together every day.
Sparx* – a Virtuos Studio has collaborated with the Youth Union, the Women’s Union, and the Forest Protection Agency of Duyen Hai Town on the project ‘Green up Vietnam,’ which was run in the protective forest areas of Hiep Thanh Commune, Duyen Hai Town, Tra Vinh Province.
The Women Game Changers (WGC) scholarship initiative aims to empower female students to participate and thrive in the game and film production industry.
This year, Sparx* offers twelve scholarships for qualified female students at our partner institutions: Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts (Industrial Art Faculty), University of Architecture Ho Chi Minh City (Industrial Design Faculty), MAAC Academy, and Arena Multimedia.
We’re pleased to partner with PNV in their mission of supporting disadvantaged youth, as well as their goal of having at least 50% female scholarship recipients annually.
As part of our global Green IT Classroom initiative, our volunteers from Sparx* presented 10 refurbished computers to the students and conducted a Microsoft Paint class for them.