Go submit your games for INDIECADE EUROPE !
European studios are invited to submit their games until July 1st 2016
In order to mobilize studios from European countries, and to bring a real continental dynamism around that festival, submission delays for IndieCade Europe only are exceptionally extended until July 1st at 00 :00 (PST)!
The submission fee benefits from a reduction for IndieCade Europe with a massive discount, only 80$ and includes an invitation to the opening event.
IndieCade and Capital Games are happy to invite you there and submit your games, bringing a new strong identity for independant video games to team with. Feel free to submit your games, and reveal all the Old continent talents during that unique weekend!
If you have already submitted your game for IndieCade you are eligible for the Festival and all benefits associated with it (reviews, consideration for all IndieCade events, IndieXchange participation, and more) in addition to consideration for IndieCade Europe. If you have already submitted, you don’t need to do any more. Your games are currently being processed and under review!
More information about the IndieCade Europe Festival and its submitting process are available on the official website: www.IndieCade.com
Now entering its tenth year, IndieCade festival is the premiere stand-alone independent game festival, with its international flagship festival on the west coast and an annual showcase of its games at E3. With the growing importance of the independent movement, four years ago IndieCade created IndieCade East, and now Indie Cade Europe.
IndieCade’s events spots and highlight important independent work that has gone on to change the industry, as well as, achieve critical and commercial success. Starting from IndieCade’s first featured titles in 2007 with early indie break out hits such as Braid, N+, and developers such as Thatgamecompany. Over the past two years, IndieCade has put an early spotlight on games such as Her Story, Hyperlight Drifter, Axiom Verge, Armello, Nidhogg, Shovel Knight, and many more.
Applauded as the “Sundance of the videogame industry,” IndieCade supports independent game development globally through a series of international events highlighting the rich, diverse, artistic and culturally significant contributions of indie game developers. IndieCade's programs are designed to bring visibility to and facilitate the production of new works within the emerging independent game community. Annual events include IndieCade East, IndieCade’s Showcase @ E3, and IndieCade Festival, the largest gathering of independent game creators in the nation. For more information, visit indieCade.com.
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Capital Games GmbH
CAPITAL GAMES is France's largest regional Video Game Business Cluster. It gathers more than 70 companies from the video game industry in the Paris region: studios, publishers, training institutes and middleware companies. Capital Games provides its members with a range of dedicated services and training on five axes (Marketing, Human Resources, Ethics, Finance, and Export). Through encouraging the sustainable growth of those companies, it also contributes to the long-term structuring of the industry. Capital Games is supported and works closely with its local, regional, and national public partners. Capital Games also works in conjunction with other local and international video game and digital content representatives. Capital Games has been successfully co-organizing Game Connection since 2011, which has become one of the leading video game business convention in Europe.
For more information on Capital Games, visit http://capital-games.org
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