Munich, 10.08.2011 – The Munich based production house remote control productions (rcp) will be at the annual Games Developers Conference Europe and Gamescom 2011 in Cologne. Aside from showing diverse titles from the retail, browser and download sectors for PC, console and mobile devices, Managing Director Hendrik Lesser will be part of the Advisory Board of the Games Developers Conference for Indie Games. The Advisory Board consists of international industry veterans, who make sure that quality lectures are delivered at the GDC this year.
remote control productions was recently involved in co-founding the social music game startup Newtracks. Current successes include the launch of the Apple App Store game “Demolition Dash 2.0” (developer: Chimera Entertainment, publisher: dreamfab). In addition, the free2play browsergame “Warstory – Europe in Flames” has reached version 2.7 and its community continues to grow. At E3 2011, rcp will be presenting games from the following studios: Chimera Entertainment, Brightside Games, Bitfield, Clockstone Studio, Newtracks, Rocksolid Games and Piece of Pie Studios, as well as games from GamesInFlames.
Hendrik Lesser, Managing Director at rcp, says: “The enlargement of the indie area at the Games Developers Conference in Cologne is a long overdue and important step. Finally the indie scene gets the credit it deserves. I am also happy about my appointment into the advisory board. As visitor for years I can now finally give something back to the GDC.”
Michael Minich, Business Development Manager at rcp, adds: “The Gamescom is an important fair to strengthen our network even further and to impart new contacts our year long experience in the market. We are not only there to show existing concepts, but also to initiate new partnerships in all areas of the gaming industry.”
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About remote control productions GmbH
remote control productions GmbH is an independent, internationally active production house, with an emphasis on mediation, development and production of entertainment software. With its extensive experience and far-reaching contacts, remote control productions acts as an important interface between developers, publishers, distributors and investors. Along with the services in the central areas of expertise such as business development, producing, sales, creative services and research, remote control is increasing its focus on developing, planning and designing its own projects. Among those projects are creations of new IPs, as well as company founding and the support of start-up teams where remote control provides not just strategic advice, but carries out operational tasks in order to ensure success. The production house was founded in 2005 under the name of ML Enterprises GmbH, and was renamed to remote control productions GmbH in September 2008, in order to reflect the company’s core expertise and focus in its new name. Partners and customers of rcp are Bigpoint, Ubisoft, Ravensburger Digital, BummFilm, dtp Entertainment, Take2 (selection).