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GDC Next, App Developers Conference come to L.A. in 2013
GDC Next, App Developers Conference come to L.A. in 2013
September 17, 2012 | By Staff

September 17, 2012 | By Staff
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The organizers of Game Developers Conference (GDC) have unveiled a brand new event, featuring two market leading conferences and a shared expo floor, debuting in Los Angeles in November 2013.

Game Developers Conference Next will be the reimagined successor to GDC Online, whose final iteration is set to take place in Austin this year from October 9th-11th. App Developers Conference (ADC) is a brand new event dedicated to key takeaways in app technology, creation, business and marketing outside of gaming.

GDC Next and the App Developers Conference will debut as a co-located event November 5th-7th, 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

GDC Next focuses on what's next in smartphone & tablet, social, independent, cloud and other major forms of games. Whether a designer, programmer, architect, producer, artist, marketer, businessperson or all of the above, the new show will prove vital to making great games and making money in the most vibrant new areas of the game industry.

From the creators of GDC, the ADC is a brand new event focusing on the very best development, UI, marketing and business of apps. Organizers will be recruiting the very best app creators, whether they be on mobile devices, on the web, or beyond, and getting them to present their best practices to attendees.

Attendees will be able to sign up individually for the GDC Next 2013 and ADC 2013 conferences (Nov 5-7, 2013) or attend both at a special price. The shared expo floor for the two shows will be open to all attendees on Nov. 5th and 6th. For further information please visit the GDC Next website or the ADC landing page. GDC Next and ADC are owned and operated by Gamasutra parent company UBM TechWeb.


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E McNeill
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What differentiates GDC "Next"? It seems like GDC Prime also "focuses on what's next in smartphone & tablet, social, independent, cloud and other major forms of games".

Florian Garcia
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Good, it will hopefully unload GDC San Francisco from those million talks about mobile business models.

Jeff Price
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Its too bad that GDC will become myopic as far as geographic locations for their conferences. Basically its saying "come to the coast if you want to talk about making games". bleh.


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