Celtic Games Show 2017
Sep 18th - 19th 2017

Celtic Games Show 2017

Cardiff, UK

Date & Times: Monday, September 18th - 19th 2017
10am to 8pm
Location: Cardiff, United Kingdom
Region: Europe
Expected Size: 250 – 500
Ticket Cost: 25 GBP
Target Audience: Developers, Indie Developers, Students, Creatives, Publishers, Media, YouTubers / Streamers
Event Type: Conference
Featured Platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, Console, Handheld Console

The Celtic Games Show is a two-day event that brings together the best of gaming from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Following on from five successful Wales Games Development Shows, The Celtic Games Show 2017 is partnering with Digital 2017 and will include two days of exhibitors, masterclasses, educational workshops, business advice and networking opportunities. The intention is to inspire and encourage collaboration between the Celtic countries and expose the Welsh games industry to the UK and the rest of the world.

The 2017 show will feature keynote talks and panel discussions from John Romero (DOOM, Quake, Wolfenstein, Commander Keen), Dai Banner (Wales Interactive), Susan Cummings (Tiny Rebel Games), Dave Sharp (Binary Asylum), Adam Green (assyria-adam.com), Ian Thomas (Talespinners), Kevin Beimers (Italic Pig), Red and Black Films, and Ffilm Cymru Wales. Brenda Romero (Wizardry, Jagged Alliance, Dungeons and Dragons) will be giving the Dewi Vaughan Owen BAFTA Cymru Keynote.

Tickets range from FREE (for entry to the expo but not speakers), up through £5 per talk, to £25 for an all-access two-day pass. 


Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
4 Merches Pl
CF11 6RD
United Kingdom

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