Microsoft to support the Indie MMO Game Developers Conference 2.0!

Minneapolis, MN– February 25, 2008– Microsoft joins growing list of sponsors for the Indie MMO Game Developers Conference 2.0 set for March 29th and 30th, 2008. Joining Areae, Multiverse, IndieZen and others, Microsoft joins the IMGDC family of supporters helping ensure Indie’s have a voice in a world dominated by billion dollar companies.

“Companies of all sizes both in and out of the Indie realm are realizing the importance of a conference like IMGDC. We’re thrilled to have Microsoft as well as the many other sponsors behind us this year. We can’t wait to show everyone what passion is really about.” states IMGDC founder Jonathon Stevens of Last Straw Productions.

The Indie MMO Game Developers Conference 2.0 will be held March 29th– 30th, 2008 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Passionate and Informative sessions, round-tables, and panels from world renowned speakers such as Dr. Richard Bartle, Raph Koster, Gordon Walton, Brian Green and others will prove once again that IMGDC is the premium event for Independent Developers.

IMGDC provides content, community and contacts for artists, designers, programmers, and Indie entrepreneurs. If you've caught the incurable desire to make MMO games commercially, or even as a hobbyist, this is a community gathering of talented individuals and groups you will not want to miss. For more information, please visit the IMGDC 2.0 website at http//www.IMGDC.com . For press inquiries, sponsorship opportunities or speaker paper submissions, please contact Jonathon Stevens at jonathon@last-straw-games.com.

About Last Straw Productions

Last Straw’s mission is to change the way games are made and played. Last Straw provides Indie MMOG development and design tools as well as a range of Indie games. Last Straw is located in Minneapolis, MN and on the web at http://www.last-straw-games.com.


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