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Speaker submissions for NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2016 now open

Speaker submissions for NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2016 now open

India's NASSCOM Game Developer Conference is set to return for 2016, albeit moving location from Pune to the Hyderabad International Convention Centre.

Taking place on 10-12 November 2016, the three-day conference will feature 80 speakers across seven tracks - from indies and game design to all-new tracks 'production' and 'serious games' - and an expanded expo area showcasing the best of Indian game development.

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Furthermore, there's still an opportunity for those with an interest in speaking at the conference to enter their submissions here.

“We are incredibly excited to announce that the NGDC 2016, the biggest gathering of Indian games development and business talent, will be taking place at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre, one of the best venues in the country”, said Rajesh Rao, Chairman of NASSCOM Gaming Forum.

“With the support of the Government of Telangana, the new venue has allowed us to expand the conference with two new speaker tracks, a dedicated virtual reality pavilion and a new expanded expo floor with country pavilions”.

Early bird tickets are available here at a 50% discount until 31 August 2016.

And you can read our Roundup article from the 2015 event - 3 things we learned at India's NASSCOM Game Developer's Conference 2015 - here


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