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  iLogos becomes Silver Sponsor of Game Developers Conference Europe
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07/24/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Hamburg, 24th of July 2012 – iLogos, a leading independent game development and game outsourcing company in Europe, becomes a Silver Sponsor of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) Europe, the largest conference for game developers in Europe, that will be held on August 13-15 in Cologne.

Each year it attracts over 2,000 visitors, and it is a major event that gathers programmers, artists, game designers, game producers, investors and other game world stakeholders. In addition to GDC Europe, iLogos will also have its stand at Gamescom, the world's largest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment.

The Game Developers Conference was created to ensure that professionals can exchange their ideas and together shape the future of the game industry. iLogos is pleased to support the largest game developers exhibition in Europe and hopes that this year's GDC Europe will bring together all European developers under one roof.

About iLogos

iLogos ( www.iLogos.biz) is a leading independent game development and game outsourcing company in Europe, providing highly affordable first-class game production services since 2006, primarily for social, browser, mobile and cross-platform games. It has successfully completed more than 300 projects totalling around 200 million installs, 50 million MAU and 10 million DAU. With its over 150 staff iLogos covers all the major aspects of game development, such as art creation and graphic design (2D and 3D), programming, ongoing development, project management, QA and additional services like games porting and games optimization.