Event: Games Crossing Borders, a Bavarian-Polish Exchange
How do you design a video game, publish your product or fund your next game project in Bavaria and in Poland? What do the gaming industries and indie dev scenes look like in both regions? Games Crossing Borders – an exchange, conference and networking event – provides insights into these topics with talks, a panel discussion and a pitching event.
Munich/Warsaw, February 11, 2021. The half-day event Games Crossing Borders – A Bavarian-Polish Exchange seeks to connect the Bavarian and the Polish gaming industries on February 23, 2021. The AHK Poland, Games/Bavaria, Bayern International and event partner Games Bavaria Munich e.V. (GBM) invite you to participate in the conference and networking event on Eventory.
The program features talks on game design and publishing your game, how-tos on different financing and funding options, and a panel about the indie game scenes in Poland and Bavaria. Speakers from international organizations and companies will provide insights into topics addressing games industry professionals and attendees from other business sectors. The event wraps up with six short pitches from indie game developers looking for potential partners.
Attend the Event for Free
The event can be attended for free and will be held on the platform Eventory (registration required):
Further information about the agenda, the speakers and the event partners is available on the platform. Attendees can set up their profiles prior to the event and set up meetings on Eventory between February 23 and February 28. Indie game developers from Bavaria who would like to pitch their project are invited to send an email to [email protected] (Bavaria) or [email protected] (Poland) until February 15, including information about the team and about the game (concept, prototype, or production phase).
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