GDC 2011 sets Aug. 25 deadline for consideration
July 14, 2010 — The 25th edition of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) has opened its doors for submissions to present at the event in San Francisco, Feb. 28-Mar. 4, 2011.
The GDC is the annual convention for game industry professionals to discover the newest trends from their peers. The GDC advisory board said it is looking for submissions in Audio, Business and Management, Game Design, Production, Programming and Visual Arts.
This year, the GDC 2011 advisory board has been expanded to address the areas of social games and independently produced titles. “We pride ourselves on providing best practices for game developers of all genres and GDC 2011 will continue this tradition as the gaming space grows and adapts to the evolving market,” said Meggan Scavio, director, Game Developers Conference.
“We’re excited to welcome our newest advisory board members and expect them to bring a healthy balance of their past experiences along with a fresh approach to the conference program. The forward-facing content, inspired sessions, and especially the insightful advisory board are what has kept the event thriving for 25 years, and will sustain it for the next 25.”
Session proposals can be submitted via the official GDC website at http://www.gdconf.com/.
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