Captilight Joins Cenfluence in Gaming, Entertainment & eSports Cluster



We are pleased to announce that we have joined Cenfluence—championed by Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and led by the Florida High Tech Corridor Council—to spur regional industry diversification and innovation. Captilight will collaborate with other key players in the Gaming, Entertainment & eSports Cluster, and the Cluster Team to attract tangible business opportunities to Florida.


"We are happy to be part of such an amazing initiative that will help boost the local economy and small businesses. There is great talent here and glad to be a part of helping the world to see it." - Deana Galbraith, Founder & Creative Director at Captilight

Cenfluence takes the approach of understanding and leveraging existing regional strengths. Through partnerships with academia, industry, nonprofits and local government, the effort builds additional support and capacity, allowing economic growth and expansion.

“We are thrilled to work with Captilight as a Cluster Member in this initiative and our Cluster Team will provide direct support services and collaboration opportunities across the region,” said Paul Sohl, CEO of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council.

About Captilight

Captilight is a fully remote independent game studio based in Orlando, FL with team members around the world. Captilight is dedicated to creating thoughtful games that inspire. By developing creative, thought-provoking, and emotionally driven narratives in our games, we aim to captivate a broader audience of like-minded players who can gain a new perspective, support each other, and aspire to live a passion-filled life. The team is currently working on Path of Kami Prologue and an unannounced project.


Contact: Deana Galbraith, contact@captilight.com


About Cenfluence

Cenfluence is a first of its kind strategic effort funded by Orange County and a critical component of the County’s broader economic stimulus strategy. The innovative initiative will help companies leverage local resources, create jobs, strengthen the workforce and build regional capacity in key industries. The cluster initiative is led by the Florida High Tech Corridor, a high-tech economic development initiative of the University of Florida, University of Central Florida and the University of South Florida in 23-counties.


Contact: Jack Henkel, clusters@floridahightech.com, (689) 208-7843


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