ITALIAN VIDEOGAME CULTURE AT GAMESCOM 2010

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Rome, August 9th, 2010

AIOMI, the Italian Association for the Interactive Multimedia - Movement for the Videogame Culture ( www.aiomi.it) and organizer of the Italian Videogame Developers Conference (Rome, December 3rd-4th; www.ivdconf.com), is proud to announce that it will attend the second edition of gamescom in Cologne, the most important European videogame expo.

The Association, after attending other important international events, like Dubai World Game Expo and Games Convention Online, is back to defend and promote game culture at the gamescom, which will be held from August 19th to 22nd, 2010, in the Koelnmesse. AIOMI will be in booth C-045, Hall 04.1, together with IVD - Italian Videogame Developers (Assoknowledge/Confindustria), now part of the EGDF, the European Federation of Game Developers ( www.egdf.eu).

“With the participation in the gamescom in Cologne, AIOMI is strengthening its international position and reaffirming its mission: to defend and to promote the Videogame Culture in every way possible”, President and Founder of AIOMI Marco Accordi Rickards declares.

“Under the name of Italian Videogame Developers, the Group of Assoknowledge / Confindustria is proud to represent for the second time the Italian game development in the biggest videogame expo in the world”, added Raoul Carbone, President of the Italian Videogame Developers in Assoknowledge and Co-Founder of AIOMI, who continued:“This year, the fact of sharing the booth with AIOMI, the association which promoted the constitution of the Italian Videogame Developers Group, is very important, because it renews an alliance and the common intents which made us achieve big goals and which will project us all towards an even brighter future. Culture and Industry are joining forces for a greater good: Italian Videogames”.

For meetings and interviews, please contact AIOMI at this address: direzione@aiomi.it.


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