But there are nuances that are worth remembering.
The Kommersant publication reports that VK plans to invest about 300 million rubles this year. to Russian video game studios, as well as to launch educational programs at universities to train specialized personnel. The company intends to focus on low-budget projects with a short development cycle, since it will be difficult to recoup high-budget games only at the expense of the Russian market.
Information about the planned investments was written in the VK presentation “Development of the gaming industry in 2023-2024”, which was presented at a meeting with industry representatives at the Ministry of Digital Development on December 15. It follows from the documents that the holding intends to launch specialized educational programs at universities: HSE, VSU, ITMO, PSU, ISEU, MIREA. This should help to “nurture” the necessary specialized specialists. The indicated amount of money will be spent through VK Play.
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VK itself declined to comment on the details of the presentation. The company itself actually continues the My.Games strategy, which the holding sold in September 2022 for $642 million to LETA Capital manager Alexander Chachava. My.Games itself announced its withdrawal from the Russian market at the end of last year.