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Independent Game Conference East is in Boston – May 7-8 at Northeastern University April 15, 2009

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The IGC East is for developers of console, flash and casual games who want a leg up on the competition and for the publishers who want to see the hottest games in development by the rising stars of the industry.

The IGC Game Demo Night is the place to show your game off to the game publishers is a setting where your game is not one of thousands. By limiting the number of people who can register for the Game Demo Night we make certain that your game is not lost, but has the space to shine.

Publishers can find the next big game at the Game Demo Night where independent developers bring their skills and commitment to the show.

The sessions at the IGC focus on the business of being an independent developer as well as the technical demands of game development. With our three track approach the IGC is the place to be no matter what stage of development your company has reached.

The business track will give you a leg up on the completion with information on how best to leverage your IP.
The technical track focuses on the latest technology and how to take your game to the next level.
The IGC has helped publishers spot the next hot game or game developer and game companies get their name out to the publishers. The IGC has lead to successfully brokered deals in the Southern United States for the past two years and now we are bringing our proven success to the East Coast.

There will also be a IGC Job Fair held at the event!

For more information on the event, please contact Mark Chuberka.

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