6.27.2017

Announcing the NVIDIA Edge Program

By Chance Ivey

It’s no secret that the Unreal Engine development community is capable of creating some of the most awe-inspiring real-time content with UE4. Time and time again, the team here at Epic Games is amazed by the talent displayed in projects we come across.

To celebrate these talented developers, artists and designers, we’ve partnered with NVIDIA on a new initiative: the NVIDIA Edge Program.

NVIDIA EDGE PROGRAM

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The NVIDIA Edge Program aims to award outstanding individuals and teams doing great work by providing them with top of the line hardware -- GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti cards.

Starting immediately, we will select three projects each month and present those developers with one of these high-end graphics cards to further enhance their work. We will also showcase their projects on the Unreal Engine and NVIDIA blogs with additional promotion possible on other platforms. The first round of winners will be announced at the end of July.

The NVIDIA Edge Program will continue until the summer of 2018.

SOUNDS AWESOME! HOW DO I APPLY?

Show us what you’re making! Share in-engine stills or video of your stunning projects on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and mention both the Unreal Engine and NVIDIA accounts in your social media posts. We’ll be on the lookout!

We’re thrilled to kick this program off and cannot wait to see what you’re all working on.

Have questions? Feel free to leave them in the comments!

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