The Game Developer Symposium is open to any of the following: amateur, professional, or aspiring game developers, gamers, musicians, graphic designers, coders, animators, sound technicians, hardware developers, marketers, storytellers, writers, etc.. Some of the above may seem surprising to you, but so will this fact: the gaming industry is bigger than the movie industry! It takes a team to create games with all the different elements involved, and there are many roles to play: from musicians to create background music, to graphic designers for creating compelling characters for play, and the overall look and feel of the game. All skill sets and experience are valid. Even if you are just a gamer and fan, game developers have roles for you as beta testers. The gaming industry pie is so big and lucrative, there is more than enough for all to share.
Come to this event on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at Pillsbury’s Washington, DC Office (1200 Seventeenth Street NW) to learn more about the gaming industry from multiple perspectives. We will have game developers, professors, and lawyers to help describe the opportunities and challenges in the gaming industry, and ways to promote and protect the game or work you create.
You may have never thought of game development as a career, but we are here to change your mind. Come and learn how you can get involved in the industry and profit from it.
For more information, and to RSVP, please click here: Game Developer Symposium.