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Mr. Yogabrata Datu
SUTD Game Lab
Yoga is the Game Designer in SUTD Game Lab. He has over 12 years of experience in video games development and spent the past 6 years with SUTD Game Lab, where he worked on Kinetikos (2017), Project PEAR (2020), and the upcoming Campus X project.
Early in his career, he worked as a Game Designer at various game studios in Singapore, where he developed Terra: The Legend of Geochine (Action Adventure – 2010), Winx Adventure (MMORPG – 2012), and Decisive Combat (Action Shooter – 2013). He also spent 3 years as a Game Design lecturer at Republic Polytechnic and was involved in the initial implementation of the Game Design curriculum.
His educational background is a Bachelor of Electronic Engineering and a Master of Information Technology. His love for video games led him to enrol in DigiPen Institute of Technology, where he studied for a Diploma in Game Design. He is a motorsport enthusiast. In his free time, he participates in various online racing simulator competitions.