Fernando Chamis holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a post-graduate degree in e-business and Business Management from the Mackenzie Institute. Founded Webcore, an interactive solutions development company in 1999. In 2007 he also created the Webcore Games division, which is responsible for the creation of entertainment, children and advertising games, and titles such as CaveDays, Freekscape and A Turma do Chico Bento. In 2016 launched the game My Night Job for PlayStation4.
A representative of the Brazilian government, a representative of ABRAGAMES and a representative of Digital Games’ curse coordinators will discuss curricular guidelines of MEC related to the course of Digital Games.
This panel will discuss how to develop a good couch game, a game that is fun to play with friends, family and with that special someone. What are the barriers, challenges and good practices when you work with a local multiplayer? How is this genre of gameplay attracting the public?