1. NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015 Comes to India in November
6/25/2015 10:07:37 AM
NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015 Comes to India in November
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NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015 Comes to India in November

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Stuart Parkerson Stuart Parkerson

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NGDC) will hold its annual game development conference from November 5th - 7th in Pune, India. The three day NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015 showcases the creative talent and upcoming industry trends in interactive entertainment in India. The NGDC has opened its call for speakers and is now providing early registration discounts for the conference.

More than 1300 industry delegates will attend the event to learn from 70 individual speakers, a number of workshops and interact with the expo promoting the Indian gaming community. The agenda will feature dedicated tracks focused on Indie Game Development, Game Design, Publishing, Advertising, Game Art and Technology. 

The NGDC 2015 Expo will also give Indian developers and publishers the opportunity to showcase their games during the conference on the expo floor. The NGF 2015 Awards will also recognize achievements in Indian games development. 

Those interested in speaking at NGDC 2015 are encouraged to submit their presentation proposals for review. Speaker submissions for NGDC 2015 will be open until 31 July 2015.

Read more: http://ngdc.nasscom.in

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