2DBoy to speak at the Nordic Game Career Expo&Recruitment Day 2009

The second day of the Nordic Game 2009 conference features a special recruitment and education program, with 2DBoy Kyle Gabler included in the speaker roster

On 20 May from 9:00 to 17:00 students (over 18 years of age) and professionals in the areas of graphic design, computer science, IT, sound, music, art and other creative and engineering areas are invited to join the Nordic Game Career Expo&Recruitment Day 2009 at the Malmö Convention Center in Malmö, Sweden.

For just 19 Euro, the Career Expo delegates get admission to a special full day program, featuring guest speakers from the global games industry and exhibit! ing game companies and educational institutions.

Highlights of the day includes“Developing your own game”, a lecture featuring two of the most successful independent game developers today, Kyle Gabler, 2Dboy and Petri Purho, Kloonigames,“Interview/CV/portfolio Coaching” with Ann-Sofie Sydow, Game Academy and special guests, a“Company start up-tips” session with Per-Arne Lundberg from Gothia Science Park as well as programming and graphics lectures held by the Game Academy and Playground Squad.

The recruitment and education program including the Career Expo exhibition will be open to students (over 18 years of age) as well as professionals from creative and IT industries. Online registration is required, see www.nordicgame.com for details.

The Nordic Game Conference and Career Expo will be held on 19-20 May 2009 at the Malm!ö Convention Center in Malmö, Sweden (25 minutes by commuter train from Copenhagen airport).

Register today at www.nordicgame.com.

Press contact: Jacob Riis, jacob@nordicgame.com, +45 2360 9422.


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