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Gaming Campus Paris
700m2 dedicated to video games

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The campus

Ideally located

Gaming Campus Paris is located on the outskirts of the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie. It is a place of culture, diversity and innovation, which notably hosts many events around video games. The proximity of green spaces and the Canal Saint-Martin is great for the students. It is easy to access, 2 minutes walk from the Porte de la Villette metro station, 4 minutes from the Canal Saint-Denis tram stop, 10 minutes walk from the RER E Rosa Parks. Access is facilitated by Vélib’ (a bike-sharing service).

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optimal comfort

7 work and living spaces

In the heart of Paris, Gaming Campus is designed to create optimal learning conditions adapted to the video games sector.

Friendly space for meetings, relaxation and work.
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400m2 to accommodate lectures, masterclasses and conferences.
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Immersion rooms
Modular spaces for teamwork on projects and co-studying.
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Briefing rooms
Adaptable according to the type of teaching: projects, practical work, educational capsules.
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Computer room
High-end equipment to handle the most complex software.
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Coworking and lunch space
A space for eating, working and discussions.
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Streaming stations with green screens and high-end equipment.
Student during his training to create live streaming content on twitch
The proximity of green spaces and the Canal Saint-Martin is a bonus for students.
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Near to the Cité des Sciences in Paris
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2,200m2 shared with OpenClassrooms, EdTech leader in Europe.

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Thought out for well-being

Refurbished in 2020, 10 quai de la Charente is an entirely new building designed around the achievement of employees and students. The students of the Gaming Campus Paris benefit from a fully privatized floor and several spaces shared with OpenClassrooms employees. It also offers our students the opportunity to initiate exchanges with professionals from an innovative, multicultural startup recognized around the world.

Pierre Dubuc’s opinion – President OpenClassrooms

« Our priority when we designed our premises at 10 quai de la Charente was to promote inclusion and well-being. Gaming Campus puts the achievement of its students at the heart of its strategy. Their schools provide education for the professions of the future, in a cutting-edge sector, such as OpenClassrooms. It was therefore natural for Gaming Campus Paris to share our premises. I am excited to see the exchanges between our teams take shape. »

Pierre Dubuc

OpenClassrooms is the European leader in EdTech. The startup was recently awarded a prize by the NEXT40, a government initiative that brings together the French startups with the most potential and impact.


Our students create and lead associations within the campus.
Student and community life is key for student well-being on a daily basis.

Odyssey Esport
Odyssey Esport is an esport association. This structure is divided into three distinct sections. The teams, which aim to compete on the national scene, the events sector which is used to organize and design various events related to the world of video games and esport and finally, the communication sector is present to give visibility to all the association's news whether on social networks or on Twitch.
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Game Generation TV
Created in December in 2019, Game Generation is a WebTV offering content via Twitch based on popular and geek culture through various daily shows and streams.
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Guild of students at Gaming Campus
The school's guild of students is an association dedicated to student life at Gaming Campus. It listens to students, and the association aims to help the development of all proposed projects. Examples are various projects such as the Winter Gaming Cup, a multi-gaming competition for 50 students, a clothing line for Gaming Campus, and many others.
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10 quai de la Charente, 75019 Paris
04 28 29 81 03



Tram access : T3 – Arrêt Canal Saint-Denis
Metro : Ligne 7 – Arrêt Porte de la Villette
RER : Ligne E – Arrêt Rosa Parks
Bus : Ligne 42, 60, 71, 139 – Arrêt Porte de la Villette
Vélib’ (bike sharing service) : Porte de la Villette (à 2 min)