300 Companies to Participate at Austin Game Conference
Well over 600 individuals representing more than 300 companies will participate in the Austin Game Conference (AGC) Sept 11-12 in Austin, Texas. The Austin Game Initiative, producer of the conference, has published the attendee list as of Sept 3 at
Attendees are flying in from around the world for 45 sessions in 6 tracks on online game development, mobile game development, and the future of console and PC development. More than 60 developers applied to participate in AGC's exclusive LivePitch, a program that allow's developers to pitch their PC or console game projects to leading publishers. Selected developers will meet with publishers at the conference. The conference is price is $95 in advance or $125 at the door. The event is open to anyone
interested in game development.
The Austin Game Conference is produced by the Austin Game Initiative (AGI). The AGI is chartered with the growth of the computer and video game industry in Austin, Texas, thereby increasing its overall contribution to the economic development of the region. Austin is the # 3 location in the
U.S. for game development with more than 50 companies making major contributions to the game industry, including game development, publishing, tools and middleware and chips and hardware. Industry leaders in the area include more than 35 game studios producing both top hit franchises and original titles. Nintendo, Microsoft, Motorola, Dell, Electronic Arts, Criterion Software, Sony Online Entertainment and dozens of others maintain offices in the region. The AGI is dedicated to serving the needs of companies involved in producing interactive entertainment software and hardware for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers and the Internet. More information at http://www.gameconference.com
To register as media for this event please go to:
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