Looking to speak at a game conference this year as a member of the game industry? You can head to gamedev.world, the world's first-ever global games conference, to discuss concepts, meet other developers, and earn a more global perspective on game creation when it kicks off this June.
Talk submission guidelines and application form is live: https://t.co/0niVDCRFaq— gamedev.world (@gamedevworld) March 12, 2019
Deadline: 26th of March 11:59pm GMT
If you have emailed, we ask that you go through the form process to facilitate our thorough review. Looking forward to your proposals!
The organization just announced that talk submissions and an application form have gone live, with a deadline of March 26 at 11:59pm GMT. If you previously emailed over a proposal for gamedev.world, the organizers have asked that you go through the form process to make sure your concept reaches those in charge.
There are several different industry personalities involved with the event such as Vlambeer's Rami Ismail, voice actor Sarah Elmaleh, Pro Indie Dev founder Gabriel Del Santo, ChumpSquad, LLC president Gwen Frey, and Bizdev lead at Nuked Cockroach, Houssem Ben Amor.
The show will feature over 30 speakers form all over the world, and every talk will be close-captioned with translations in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
If you have a talk you'd like to submit, make sure you send it in before the deadline closes. Then, catch the show from June 21 through June 23 for the global game conference. There will not be any "official" viewing locations, but there will be places the events are shown that the website will make sure to post. And you want to volunteer as a moderator for the show, you can do that as well.
The inclusive event is kicking off soon, so if you think you might have something to offer, make sure you check out the official website here, read over the FAQ, and submit your proposals before time runs out. Otherwise, keep it locked to Shacknews for additional gaming news and updates of every kind.
Brittany Vincent posted a new article, gamedev.world talk submission & proposal deadline announced
Maybe a game like Warcraft 3. It has a killer World Editor. Users even learn basic programming through it. Then, there was the Warcraft scripting language. It's a compilation of custom languages from the community. This new power helps people make complete physics systems of the game.