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    • By JoAndRoPo
      Hi! 
      How do you calculate tournament timings in online games? For example, if it's morning here (everyone is awake) and if it's night on the other side of the planet (everyone is asleep), then how do you let players all around the world play the tournament? Is it that players have to select their country before starting a game and accordingly the tournament is created for each nation depending on their time zone? Can you give me some examples of games using different methods, if any?
      I hope you understand what I'm trying to ask here? Even I'm not sure if I asked the right question?
      Thanks!
    • By Shreyas fc
      Dear GameDevs,
      I am plan on creating a video game. However, before I start creating the game, I would like to interview a game developer to understand a bit about the whole process of creating a game. The interview will be conducted via Skype video call or Skype Chat (I can also do discord) and will be very short (5-10 minutes). I want to interview any game developer (beginner or experienced). 
      Regards,
      Shreyas
      Edit 1: Grammer
    • By Wojtek Mos
      With more than 3.200 attendees, over 500 visiting companies, 121 talks and plenty of B2B opportunities, Game Industry Conference is the biggest game dev event in Central and Eastern Europe. Set to run for three days plus the side events day, the conference brings together the industry experts, professionals and important figures, providing them with an environment where they can make connections, exchange knowledge and present their ideas.
      Game Industry Conference takes place alongside the Poznan Game Arena, one of the most important and largest game expos in Europe. Over 71.000 visitors enjoy the show by testing games and hardware from more than 130 expositors.
      The two events form a significant gateway into the Central and Eastern Europe video game industry as well as the best place to meet most of the people from the Polish game industry, which, with more than 400 studios and 5.000 people working in games development, is one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing industries in the region. 
    • By Atlantica
      Georgia Game Developers Association announced CIMFest 2018 for July 14!
      This weekend, on July 14th, the Georgia Game Developers Association is holding their third annual Columbus Interactive Media Festival (CIMFest). This event is a yearly programmed event that brings together a variety game industry talents throughout the heart of Georgia and looking to support the growing network of southern game developers and students throughout the region.

      CIMFest is a single day event hosted by Columbus State University,  held at the Student Davidson Center. Check-in will start around 9AM EST and will conclude around 6PM EST. CIMFest will be featuring guest speakers like Chris Patterson, owner of Bricks and Minifigs in Columbus; Jesse James Allen, editorial director at Falcon’s Creative Group, a theme park and interactive design studio in Orlando; and Joe Cassavaugh, the CEO, designer and engineer of Puzzles by Joe. “We have seen a significant interest in both digital entertainment and video game development from the Columbus area. CIMFest is the perfect opportunity for students and professional developers alike to increase their skills and reach. Anyone interested in game development would benefit from going,” said Andrew Greenberg, Executive Director of the Georgia Game Developers Association.

      This event is open to the public but offers lower rates for GGDA members, Students (School ID required), and CSU Alumni. All attendees will receive full access to all programming associated with this event. Registration is available here for this event, payment will be acquired at the door upon arrival.  More information on scheduled speakers and sessions can be found at the official site for the Georgia Game Developers Association. 



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    • By Atlantica
      Georgia Game Developers Association announced CIMFest 2018 for July 14!
      This weekend, on July 14th, the Georgia Game Developers Association is holding their third annual Columbus Interactive Media Festival (CIMFest). This event is a yearly programmed event that brings together a variety game industry talents throughout the heart of Georgia and looking to support the growing network of southern game developers and students throughout the region.

      CIMFest is a single day event hosted by Columbus State University,  held at the Student Davidson Center. Check-in will start around 9AM EST and will conclude around 6PM EST. CIMFest will be featuring guest speakers like Chris Patterson, owner of Bricks and Minifigs in Columbus; Jesse James Allen, editorial director at Falcon’s Creative Group, a theme park and interactive design studio in Orlando; and Joe Cassavaugh, the CEO, designer and engineer of Puzzles by Joe. “We have seen a significant interest in both digital entertainment and video game development from the Columbus area. CIMFest is the perfect opportunity for students and professional developers alike to increase their skills and reach. Anyone interested in game development would benefit from going,” said Andrew Greenberg, Executive Director of the Georgia Game Developers Association.

      This event is open to the public but offers lower rates for GGDA members, Students (School ID required), and CSU Alumni. All attendees will receive full access to all programming associated with this event. Registration is available here for this event, payment will be acquired at the door upon arrival.  More information on scheduled speakers and sessions can be found at the official site for the Georgia Game Developers Association. 


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