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Here you will find our repository of resources that we have created and compiled.

​We are constantly creating original content and looking to compile relevant content to help you make the the activity and industry of games an economically and culturally productive element of your Nation and Community.

Our team's expertise and connections are also available through our community engagement programs to help you understand how to make games work for you. Any fees charged for these programs go right back to funding Quipu's mission.

While much of our content is geared towards Indigenous Nations and Communities, much of it can be relevant to anyone looking towards to gaming industry. Using our resources and engaging us for our expertise helps us fund our programs for Indigenous Nations and Communities.

If there is something you'd like to see, if you have something you want to share, if you'd like to hire us to help, or if you just want to help us with our mission, click here to send us a message.

Research on Tribal Video Game Participation

The Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming in the L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management is funding this pilot project by incoming Assistant Professor Dr. Brandon Mastromartino that will help the University, the Sycuan Institute as well as tribal communities understand the breadth and depth of video gaming participation across Indian Country.


Play for Work: Exploring a Career in the Games and Esports Industries.

This panel, featuring industry professionals, discusses how students can prepare for a career in the exciting games and esports industries. The panelists not only discuss their work, but also the steps that they took in their careers which led them to their current roles. Opportunities abound in the rapidly developing games and esports industries, especially for the STEM-focused!

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