Dev Sessions at NG18

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Nordic Game 2018 has now concluded. Many thanks to our speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, partners and participants, and see you again next year.

Are you a games specialist? Would you like to share your knowledge and experiences with your peers? Looking for pro tips and tricks in your field? Sign-up to join the Dev Sessions at NG18, hosted by Game Habitat.

Devs, NG17

23-24 May, 10:00-17:00 – Dev Sessions roundtables (by field), both days

40 minute slots for each roundtable per field (e.g. programmers, technical artists, game design, art, UX/UI, narrative/writing, audio, etc.).

Nordic Game 2018
Room 5, Slagthuset
Jörgen Kocksgatan 7A
211 20 Malmö

Apply today!
To join a Dev Session at NG18 is free, but registration is required here – and you must be a NG18 pass holder. For questions or more information, contact Eliana Oikawa here.

About Dev Sessions
Game Habitat hosted the first Dev Session three years ago, with a group of audio designers. These roundtables were created with the intention of helping specialists in the games industry to develop their skills, meet other professionals with similar jobs and explore solutions to shared challenges. Since then, Dev Sessions have included roundtables for lead artists, game writers and audio designers, alongside a new Exec Session for CEOs.

About Game Habitat
Game Habitat is the hub for game development in southern Sweden. Our mission is to create the best possible environment for everyone and everything related to game development.

About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and the 2018 edition was its fifteenth year. Gathering over 2,000 games industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

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