Gamescom, 17-19 August in Cologne, Germany, is one of the most important game industry shows in Europe. Nordic Game will of course be present in the business area of the Kölnmesse, hosting a booth with 20+ Nordic companies.
Meet us there and be a part of the Nordic game community - as usual, the booth will be packed with Nordic industry people, so it's a perfect place to get in touch with the region. You’ll find us in the Business Hall 4.2, booth #J031.
Party like it’s 2011
Another splendid way to meet us is at the infamous Nordic Party on Wednesday 17 August, this year sponsored by Trinigy and Imagination Studios.
"The Nordic game development market is a vibrant market, which we've long enjoyed supporting with our technology," says Richard Radmacher, Director of international sales at Trinigy. "That vibrancy has a lot to do with the Nordic Game Program and the work it does to support its community not just in Europe, but globally. They've done a tremendous job elevating the profile of the Nordic games market in the world, and we're honored to play a growing role in that process."
Wow. We love you too! Secure your invite for the Nordic Party by RSVP-ing here: ??http://nordicpartygamescom2011.eventbrite.com/
You will then have a chance to win a VIP invite, including free bar and a dance with the sponsors.
Pick up your invite and meet the Nordics in Business Hall 4.2, booth #J031.
The following companies are confirmed participants in the Nordic booth - read more about them and their gamescom plans at www.nordicgame.com:
Acne Play (Sweden), Apex Virtual Entertainment (Denmark), Colossal Order Ltd (Finland), Ericsson In-Game Communication (Sweden), Frozenbyte (Finland), Housemarque (Finland), Junebud AB (Sweden), Kajak Games (Finland), LocalizeDirect (Sweden), Neogames (Finland), Nitro Games (Finland), Octane Games (Finland), Redlynx (Finland), Sarepta Studio (Norway), TeliaSonera International Carrier (Sweden), The Game Incubator Network (Sweden), University of Gotland (Sweden), University of Skövde (Sweden), Virtual Air Guitar Company (Finland), and Vostopia (Norway).