Make Something Unreal Live 2013 Winners Announced

Student winners awarded hardware prizes as well as UE licences
At the Gadget Show Live, Epic Games announced that Dead Shark Triplepunch, the winning team at Make Something Unreal Live 2013, has won a host of hardware prizes in addition to the main award of a commercial Unreal Engine 4 licence. The team, from Belkinge Institute of Technology in Sweden, blew away MSUL judges with their game Epigenesis, which was developed with Epic's Unreal Development Kit (UDK), the free edition of Unreal Engine 3.
Epic Games also announced that Dead Shark Triplepunch and second-placed team Kairos Games have been given an Unreal Engine 3 licence specifically for the publication of their MSUL 2013 competition games.
The judging panel comprised industry legend Peter Molyneux, nowhead of developer 22Cans; Mike Gamble, Epic's European Territory Manager; Iain Dodgeon, Broadcast and Games Manager at the Wellcome Trust; Jo Twist, head of games trade body UKIE; Phil Wright, Head of Content Management at NVIDIA,and Matt Hill, deputy editor of T3 magazine.