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The games industry is evolving and as it moves forward games companies are appointing community managers to build powerful brands that build relationships between the supporters, players and the industry.COURSE OVERVIEWAs a community manager you will be responsible for creating content in a variety of channels and creating a story for your fan base whilst developing a profile for your label.A groundbreaking course for the games community managers of the future. This course will inspire your
The games industry is evolving and as it moves forward games companies are appointing community managers to build powerful brands that build relationships between the supporters, players and the industry.
As a community manager you will be responsible for creating content in a variety of channels and creating a story for your fan base whilst developing a profile for your label.
A groundbreaking course for the games community managers of the future. This course will inspire your creative nature, transporting you into a professional environment where you‘ll become a skilled content creator and copy writer as well as delving into the psychology of your audience.
Creative thinking, striving for innovation on multiple channels and strategic planning are just some of the key skills you’ll develop. From gaming communities to social media (Snapchat, Twitch, Reddit, Instagram and beyond), you will learn how to create gaming content and campaigns for a variety of outlets. You will learn how to examine and develop innovative 360 games PR campaigns that may include social media, influencer outreach, events, consumer media, specialist games press, trade PR and working with third-parties and partners.
On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: BA (Hons) Games PR and Community Management.
The skills and knowledge you learn on this degree will prepare you for careers in games community management, social media, PR, journalism, content creation and events. Our graduates are also prepared for study at postgraduate level.
The games community management industry is expanding every year, and with expansion comes new and exciting job opportunities. These include community managers, who are responsible for building and supporting online gaming communities, and brand ambassadors, who are responsible for creating and maintaining the look and feel of online communities.
This course has integrated theoretical, technical, practical and creative modes of study. This means the theoretical underpinning is taught alongside the technical knowledge, community management creative skills and the creative, practical elements of social media, content creation and PR for games.
Staffordshire University London’s Digital Institute is equipping the games and technology professionals of the future with future-proofed qualifications and industry connections that launch careers.
They are located in the ultra-modern Here East campus, in the heart of London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and boast all the facilities you need to excel in a range of technology focused undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
Where you'll study
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, East London