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Behaviour Interactive’s executives discuss gift to empower research and student innovation

New support will bolster Montreal’s ecosystem of video game developers and creators
May 18, 2023

Watch testimonials from two executives at Montreal’s Behaviour InteractiveRémi Racine, founder, executive producer and CEO, and Stephen Mulrooney, BCompSc 97, executive vice-president and CTO — on the impact and desired outcomes of a $2-million gift to the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen Now to advance research and student innovation at the Department of Design and Computation Arts.

The generous support from Canada’s largest independent video game studio will help establish a new research chair in game design as well as provide much-needed financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students who hope to contribute new knowledge to a critical economic sector.

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