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DevGAMM 2014 heads to Minsk on 17-18 October

Boosting game development in CIS

DevGAMM 2014 heads to Minsk on 17-18 October

Around 800 game industry professionals from all around the world are expected to attend DevGAMM 2014, which is heading to the Belarusian capital Minsk.

Held at the Renaissance Minsk Hotel from 17-18 October, the conference, which is focused on boosting game development in CIS countries, will feature presentations by representatives of Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Unity, Wargaming, Odnoklassniki and lots of indie developers.

Other speakers include:

  • Mike Rose, Gamasutra - "The cheat codes for talking to the press and YouTubers"
  • Brjann Sigurgeirsson - "Making mistakes and succeeding at launching an indie sensation"
  • Maksim Hryniv, Mokus Games - "Wrong 2D. Psychedelic effects made with shaders"

Warm welcome

More generally, the content schedule provides a unique mix of game development-focused sessions, spread across technology, art, design, indie, legal, and other tracks.

All developers will also have a chance to take part in DevGAMM Awards and to show their game at Speed Game Dating and GAMM:Play Showcase.

These events require pre-registration on conference website: http://devgamm.com

Organized by Renatus Media, tickets are limited and only available in advance from http://devgamm.com/minsk2014/en/attend/registration/


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