The student team submitted their game to the Entertainment Software Association’s 2015 E3 College Game Competition. The contest provides students the opportunity to exhibit their work at E3, the world’s premier trade show for computer, video and mobile games. For E3, more than 400 university game development programs submitted their games’ story details and content assets to be judged by a panel of game industry veterans and media professionals, with the potential to win a coveted special showcase display at E3, plus valuable networking opportunities. The Academy students were ecstatic to be chosen as one of just five finalists at E3. As a result, Magic Masks received tremendous visibility and has also been featured at Comic Con 2015, PAX Prime 2015, Comic Expo 2016, SXSW 2016 and GDC 2016.
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