Austin GDC Announces People's Choice Session Track
Organizers of CMP's 2007 Austin Game Developers Conference have announced that public voting is now open for the People's Choice session track, with user-selected sessions being taken from a pool of potentials to make up a new hand-picked conference track.
Votes will be taken from today until July 27 at the conference's People's Choice voting section
, where users can see how their session votes perform with the overall votes from their peers, and re-cast votes accordingly.
Selected track sessions include GoPets CEO Erik Bethke's provocative 'Third Party Game Development is Dead!', Forterra Systems CEO Jon Watte's 'Beyond Web 2.0: The case for a 3d internet', and Tom Buscaglia's 'The Game Attorney's Developer Deal Roundtable'.
The three-day Austin GDC event, presented by the CMP Game Group, host of the industry-leading Game Developers Conference (GDC), will take place September 5-7, 2007 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas.
The Austin GDC will feature more than 90 lectures, panels, tutorials and round-table discussions on game development across four tracks: online games, audio for games, writing for games and the new People's Choice track featuring the sessions community members want to see most. Austin GDC will also feature a Game Career Seminar for students and job-changers researching entry into the game industry, and a new event, PC Game On, focusing on the PC game enthusiast.
For more information, please visit www.austingdc.net