Israel-based mobile games developer and publisher Playtika announced that it has teamed up with two universities in the country to give gaming-related courses to their students during the next academic year, as reported by PocketGamer.biz.
As part of the collaboration, the company will offer Gaming101, Business Models in Gaming, Regulation and Gaming, Relevant Technologies in Gaming and other classes at the Entrepreneurship school at Reichman University (IDC Herzliya).
In addition, it will offer the Business Intelligence principles in Gaming course at The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo.
‘’As part of this collaboration, mentors and speakers from Playtika will assist the students, hold challenges and give feedback – and the students will get a chance at a career opportunity with Playtika,’’ the company wrote in its announcement post on LinkedIn.
The news comes weeks after Playtika saşd that it acquired a minority stake in Ace Games, a mobile gaming company based in Turkey, for $25 million.