On April 25th, Universal Games and Digital Platforms published their interactive storytelling game: Series: Your Story Universe, developed by Endless Entertainment. In Series, fans get to star in authentic stories based on popular film and TV characters, and original stories, including “Vanderpump Rules,” “Saved by the Bell,” the world of “Law & Order,” “The Breakfast Club,” “Bridesmaids,” “Sixteen Candles,” and “Xena: Warrior Princess.” and more.
For over a year now, our top artists have been working tirelessly to best represent the likeness of a host of characters and personalities in Series. Working closely with the talented team at Universal Games and Digital Platforms and Endless, we were able to help shape Series’ visual identity. Rick, Lead Artist at Endless Entertainment, had this to say about working with us:
“We could not have asked for a better partner than Concept Art House! Their streamlined pipeline, professionalism, and talented team have made working together on our flagship project an enjoyable experience. We highly recommend our friends at Concept Art House.”[SA1]
As big believers in interactive storytelling, we are very excited for our partners at Universal Games and Digital Platforms and Endless. More stories and episodes are already in the works!
If you want to see our work in Series, you can download it here:
GamesBeat 2019 in Review
Last month, Concept Art House proudly sponsored GamesBeat 2019, which was our third year in a row sponsoring the event. With almost 500 attendees, it was the largest event yet. The theme this year was Building Gaming Communities at the community-oriented Two Bit Circus in Los Angeles. The event was all about fun, tribes in gaming, and a subtheme of reinvention according to Dean Takahashi, lead writer at GamesBeat.
This year, there were 97 speakers across 52 sessions, which produced more than 24 hours of content, which you can follow on VentureBeat’s YouTube channel. Star-studded thought leaders in gaming discussed the hottest games and the trendiest gaming sectors such as esports and blockchain.
Our CEO James Zhang moderated one such panel where Kevin Chou of Forte, Arthur Madrid of Animoca Brands’ Pixowl, Miko Matsumura of Gumi Cryptos, and Roy Liu of Tron Foundation discussed the future of blockchain technology in games. Following the GamesBeat Summit, Dean Takanashi broke down why we should all monitor this technology alongside major questions raised.
GamesBeat remains one of our favorite events and we look forward to sponsoring and attending again in 2020. Keep up the great job, GamesBeat team!
Coming to E3?
This June, we’ll be in Los Angeles for E3, so if you happen to be there between June 11th and 13th drop us a line and let’s meet up!
Distopian Novel by CAH Chairman, Matthew Le Merle
In the meantime, head over to our blog to learn about the latest book by our chairman, Matthew Le Merle. His previous work secured him Amazon’s International Best Selling Author title two times over.