The global game industry is growing at an annual rate of 10% with revenues posted at $60 billion in 2011. The local game industry grew by 13% in 2011, with $8 million in revenues and a workforce of over 1,400. To address the growing need for game developers, the DLSU S&T Complex in Laguna will offer the BSCS-ST minor in Game Development. Students in this program will take up all the foundational and major courses in the regular BSCS-ST program, to prepare them to work as developers in traditional software and solutions organizations. They will also take up courses in Game Design, Game Programming, and 3D Modeling, and will have curricular and co-curricular opportunities to study, design, and build casual and serious games for entertainment as well as education and social development.