King, Ironhide, Cartoon Network and more kick off Uruguay’s Level UY conference talks

King, Ironhide, Cartoon Network and more kick off Uruguay’s Level UY conference talks

Uruguay-based games conference Level UY kicks off its speaker sessions today led by experts from companies such as King, Ironhide, Butterscotch Shenanigans, Raw Fury, Cartoon Network and more.

The event aims to strengthen the local industry and become a key conference for the LATAM games sector at large.

Workshops, showcases, talks and more

Kicking off on December 6th, the event hosted a number of workshops for developers in areas such as UI / UX design, art and marketing.

The conference also has an Indie Showroom for developers to present their projects to the general public and get some all important feedback, the CONAVI Awards for Uruguayan video games and a Business Area to network and chat with fellow industry professionals.

Today it’ll host speakers from across the global and LATAM industries.

Talks include ‘What’s the point of a publisher’, hosted by Raw Fury’s Luke Icenhower, ‘Blood, Sweat and tears: how to drive great UX into your games’ by Jason Schklar, ‘Free to Play or Pay to Play?’ by Ricardo Carretero and more.

Check out the Level UY website for more details.

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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of and He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.


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