The Game Industry Conference calls for Speakers
Poznan, Poland; 04/23/2019: The Game Industry Conference, one of the five biggest B2B- and Developer conferences in Europe is inviting to Poznan, Poland. This year’s conference will take place from October 17th until 20th. Interested speakers can now submit suggestions for their presentations. You will find the registration here.
GIC is taking place alongside the Poznan Game Arena (PGA). Last year, both events recorded an all-time visitor number. 3600 attendees participated in 133 presentations, discussions and workshops during the conference. GIC is encouraging speakers to go for more advanced and specialized topics. Speakers will receive a Business-Pass, which will grant access to all the talks, expo-areas, the Meet to Match Meeting-Service, the business lounge and all additional expo-events.
The GIC will take place in Poznan, Poland from October 17th until 20th. The PGA starts one day later and will also last until the 20th. Since the first event in 2008 the GIC grew to one of the most significant events in Europe’s gaming landscape. Game Designer John Romero, Paul Sawyer of Obsidian Entertainment, Unreal Engine evangelist Sjoerd De Jong and Michael Schade of ROCKFISH Games are some of the well-known speakers of last years. The conference also gathers representatives of the biggest Polish developer studios, e.g. CD Project Red, Techland, 11 bit studios and Farm 51. Visitors of the PGA will have free access to GIC.
More information about the Call for Papers is available with this link.