Cal has a wide variety of active registered student organizations and clubs on campus that engage the gaming community. From game design to casual play, there is a club for everyone. All clubs are managed by the UC Berkeley LEAD Center.
GameCraft is UC Berkeley’s game development and game industry club. They help people get in groups to make games themselves, plan networking events with major companies like Twitch or Riot Games, encourage social gatherings, arrange field trips and propose debates.
For more informaiton, visit: GameCraft.
The games committee hosts roundtable events in which seasoned video game professionals from different companies have intimate chats with students about video game marketing, product management, development, production, software engineering, customer management, and more.
For more informaiton, visit: Business Careers in Entertainment Club.
VR at Berkeley fosters a community of Berkeley students, industry insiders, and academia to increase public awareness of virtual reality (VR), provide developer resources and training, and promote dialogue about the applications and implications of VR.
For more informaiton, visit: VR at Berkeley.
About the LEAD Center
The LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, Advising, & Development) Center is UC Berkeley’s hub for student involvement, leadership development, and co-curricular advising. Their goal is to assist students as they explore their interests, pursue their passions, and create community at Cal. For more information, visit: lead.berkeley.edu.