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Ukrainian games confernece moves to Lithuania as it prepares two days of meetings and over 80 talks from industry experts, as well as a games showcase, an expo, and special activities
SIGGRAPH is a conference and exhibition dedicated to computer graphics and interactive techniques -- both in person in Vancouver and in our virtual venue.
The world's largest video game trade fair is finally back on site in Cologne
Collection of events organised by Women In Games, including networking opportunities, virtual and in-person launch parties, a game jam, an esports tournament and the Women in Games Global Awards
Two-day conference where professionals from around the world discuss key topics, including (but not limited to) how the games industry can improve its diversity
Japan's biggest games expo will return to physical events in 2022, although there will still be online elements for those unable to attend. The first two days will be dedicated to business and industry attendees, with the doors opening to the public for the last two. The theme this year is 'Nothing stops gaming'
The UK's huge celebration of video games returns to London in September. Featuring panels, playable games, signings, retro games, board games, indie games... and the GamesIndustry.biz Academy show. Plus lots, lots more
The Game Wave Festival is a business, education and entertainment event for the gaming industry professionals. It first took place with great success in September 2021 in Jūrmala, Latvia attracting participants from 25 countries. The first three days of six-day-event are dedicated to the game jam. The festival is mainly B2B, but it is designed to avoid the “stiffness” these types of events sometimes have
Now in its eighth year, Melbourne International Games Week (MIGW) is the biggest games event in Asia Pacific and a fixture on the global calendar, connecting games, technology and culture, with a broad program for industry, educators, and game enthusiasts alike
A new event designed for and by games industry leaders, featuring conferences, roundtables and workshops, as well as networking opportunities. The 2022 edition will highlight the theme of recruitment and talent management.
The International Games Summit on Mental Health returns for its fourth year, with a focus on how the pandemic exacerbated mental health problems around the world
The Dutch Game Day powered by Control consists of a two-track conference with national and international speakers, as well as the Dutch Game Awards. Dutch Game Day powered by Control is a cooperation between the Dutch Media Week, the Dutch Games Association and game development magazine Control.
The 2022 edition focuses on discovery and playability. Welcoming exhibitors from around the world, general admission ticket holders will be able to explore the many booths and showcases of our exhibitors as well as attend their conferences in the Expo Hall. Play the latest releases in the Gaming Zone and discover the impressive talent of independent studios in the Indie Zone. Meet representatives from the best training programs in the province in the Education Zone. Visit the pavilions of the international delegations present. And much more.
Five-day celebration of the Scottish games industry, including a two-day conference, eductation symposium, More Than Games (an event for non-games audiences to explore the impact of the industry), Scottish Games Awards and satellite events around the country
The TIGA Awards for game developers, educators, technology and service providers will return as an in-person ceremony this autumn, following two years as a virtual event due to Covid restrictions. Nominations are until Friday August 5th, and as ever the categories cover all sectors and disciplines within the games industry