Game Developers Conference organizing body CMP Technology has acquired conference and events organizer The Game Initiative allowing CMP to expand its offerings to the game development community in the areas of online game development, casual games, and other topics that the Game Initiative serves so well.
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More than 2,400 game industry professionals from 20 countries and representing over 520 companies converged upon the Austin Convention Center, for three days of high-caliber speakers, news-making exhibitors, and networking events.
BioWare is seeking to fill positions at its development studios including its new BioWare Austin facility, where work is now underway on a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) title.
Austin Game Conference announced today that Academy Award-winning producer and COO of Lightstorm Entertainment Jon Landau, known for producing James Cameron's "Titanic," will deliver a keynote address 10 a.m., Thursday, September 7, 2006.
The Game Initiative today announced keynotes and speakers for this year's Austin Game Conference taking place September 6-7-8, 2006 in Austin, Texas. Headline speakers include: Blizzard's Rob Pardo, Dell's Michael Dell, and Science-Fiction Author Vernor Vinge.
The Austin Game Initiative announced yesterday that official attendance at the first annual Austin Game Conference has surpassed 850 from around the world. "The game industry has a new place to meet and do business," said Christopher Sherman, Executive Director of the Austin Game Conference. "We were always confident the strength of the Conference Program, focused on massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) and Mobile game development, would establish a sound educational foundation, but it is clear that senior executives have come here to do business as well." Presentations from speakers at the conference can be found at GameConference.com. The 2004 Austin Game Conference will take place in Austin September 21-22, 2004.
The Austin Game Initiative today announced the Austin Game Conference, to be held September 11-12, 2003, at the Austin Convention Center. The two-day event is designed to inform and educate game industry professionals on next-generation technologies and business strategies for emerging products and platforms, such as online multi-player and mobile games. Austin Game Conference will bring together developers, technologists and business professionals for sessions, workshops, and a technology pavilion, all pushing the boundaries of game development.
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