Today the organisers of Nordic Game 2009 in Malmö, Sweden, the region’s most significant annual industry event, revealed the program for the 19-20 May conference.
Alongside previously announced appearances by international industry heavyweights such as Capcom’s Keiji Inafune (JPN), Suda 51, Grashopper Manufacture (JPN) and Alex Evans, Media Molecule (UK), delegates can look forward to a range of presentations from many of the region’s most successful game companies.
“The Nordic Game 2009 Advisory Board has worked hard to create a focused program that will inspire, educate and entertain our attendees from the region and abroad”, says Jacob! Riis, responsible for this year’s program.“Additionally, great effort has been made to secure the participation of as many of our most talented Nordic development teams as possible.”
This year’s Nordic Game conference program will feature leading Nordic companies including CCP (ISL), Deadline Games (DEN), EA DICE (SWE), Futuremark (FIN), Grin (SWE), Hansoft (SWE), Housemarque (FIN), IO Interactive (DEN), and Unity (DEN).
“Our unique line-up of Nordic games companies sends a message to the global community that our region’s industry is stronger and more diversified than ever, but also underlines the fact that we as a regional games community still have a lot to learn from each other”, comments Tom Felices, executive director of the event.
The program can be found on the conference website www.nordicgame.com, including info about the many other conference activities.
Register today at www.nordicgame.com to take advantage of our special Early Bird offer!
About Nordic Game 2009
Recent surveys and analysis show that the Nordic Game conference is the most significant games event in the Nordic region and the fifth most important industry event in the world.
The sixth annual Nordic Game will draw participants from the Nordic region, Europe, North America and Asia, as well as extensive global press coverage. With more than 1,500 expected attendees and a wide variety of presentations, seminars and workshops, the Nordic Game conference and Career Expo is one of the largest events of its kind in Europe.
Nordic Game 2009 will be held on 19-20 May at the Malmö Exhibition&Convention Center in Malmö, Sweden (25 minutes by commuter train from Copenhagen airport). Read more and get the latest news and program updates at www.nordicgame.com.
For more information please contact Jacob Riis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
+45 2360 9422.