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  • 07/25/17 11:49 PM
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    Indie Developers Apply to Pitch and Demo Your Game at Austin Game Conference


    • Posted By khawk

    Austin Game Conference and Intel invite indie game developers worldwide to apply to pitch their game live onstage at the 2017 Austin Game Conference. One again this year, AGC has teamed up with Intel to host this year’s Indie Game Developer Showcase on Wednesday, September 20th. Game Dev Showcase, the official AGC preshow party, is an eventful evening filled with networking, amazing game previews, hands-on demos, and more.


    Indie developers should apply now to be a part of the Showcase! 10 finalists will face-off against their peers by pitching their PC game on stage! If you or your team is selected as a finalist you'll be on stage at Austin Game Conference, gain valuable feedback from our luminary panel of judges, and potentially win hardware prizes from Intel! Plus all 10 finalists get time to demo their game in the Intel booth in the AGC expo hall on Sept. 21-22. The deadline for submission isSeptember 1st. Prizes will be awarded for Best Overall Game, Best Artwork, Most Innovative, and Audience Pick.

    All AGC attendees, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors are invited to attend the Showcase. You won't want to miss it. Doors open Sept. 20th at 6:00pm at Brazos Hall (204 E 4th St, Austin, TX 78701). Mark your schedule.

    The Austin Game Conference (AGC) presented by Intel, takes place September 21-22, 2017 at the Austin Convention Center. AGC provides critical insight into online games development with more than 80 speakers across 7 conference tracks: Design, Technical, Production, Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality, Audience Development, Audio and Business. John Hanke, CEO and Founder, Niantic, Inc., creator of the popular augmented reality mobile game, Pokémon GO, will deliver the show’s opening keynote. Super Early registration is now open.

    Edited by khawk

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