ENTI-UB’s narrative professor Julián Quijano has been added to the “30 under 30 in the video game sector” list published by Forbes, which celebrates highly successful and influential figures who have yet to reach 30 years of age but have already had outstanding careers.
Julián Quijano is the founding member and creative director of the Beautiful Glitch studio and is responsible for the ‘Monster Prom’ video game, a multi-player comedy that could be defined as a “dating simulator”. Forbes magazine highlighted his innovative spirit, as well as his ability to create an interesting narrative in a game capable of offering 1,300 final results that “has sold more than 100,000 copies in less than two months following its launch”.
In addition, Julián Quijano has been selected to give talks on narrative at some of the most important events in the world, including PAX West (Seattle) and PAX Aus (Melbourne).
ENTI-UB students have a first-class teaching staff; each professor specialises in his or her field, ensuring that the students obtain comprehensive knowledge of how to develop video games.