Valve looks to help teenagers break into the video games industry
Valve is starting an initiative to help teenagers interested in breaking into the shoddy doors of the video games industry. Valve's Pipeline is a geared to be a wealth of information gold from Valve themselves. Users will be able to ask questions such as "What is it like to work on video games?," "What should I study?," "What colleges are best for preparing me?," and "How do I get a job in video games?" Pipeline, an experiment itself hopes to realise Valve's goal of creating and establishing developers from the ground-up.
"We want to establish a connection to the world of teenagers that are asking many questions about getting into the gaming industry," Valve stated. "We look to answer many of these questions and are willing to reach out to the community and give them the information they need."