Full schedule announced for NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015

Regional and international highlights

Full schedule announced for NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015

India's National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) has announced the full speaker line-up for the upcoming NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2015, taking place in Pune on 5-7 November.

The conference will feature five curated tracks - indie development, game design, marketing / PR, game art, and technology - with 70 speakers in total.

Joining keynote speakers Ste Curran and Henry LaBounta will be representatives of international companies such as Microsoft, Unity Technologies, Google, Zynga, and more.


And, of course, there is to be a strong regional presence at the conference with the likes of Yellow Monkey's Shailesh Prabhu, underDOGS Studio's Vaibhav Chavan, and 99Games Online's Anila Andrade all taking the stage.

The event kicks off on 5 November with a series of developer workshops covering Google Play, Unity, and Photoshop, before the talks commence the following day.

Running alongside the conference wll be the NGDC 2015 Expo, showcasing a selcetion of more than 50 games either developed or published in India.

"With a mix of India’s independent games development industry and international speakers and delegates, this years program will provide attendees with a foundation of knowledge and networking opportunities that will help drive their studios”, said Anando Banerjee, Chairman of the conference.

“By learning from the success and failures of other studios, hands-on workshops and an expo floor featuring some of India’s most innovative new IP across mobile, PC and VR platforms, this will be our best development conference yet”.

Tickets for the NASSCOM Game Developer Conference, taking place at The Westin Hotel, Pune, on 5-7 November, are still available here. You can view the full three-day schedule via Sched. 

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