Brighton, UK, 2 nd July: Gamer Network is pleased to announce that submissions are now being accepted for the EGX London Leftfield Collection (formerly the Indie Games Arcade). Sponsored by SEGA, the Leftfield Collection is an opportunity for indie developers to get their latest projects into the hands of 80,000 gamers.
Places in the Leftfield Collection are limited and with hundreds of indie developers expected to submit their games, the selection process will be highly competitive. Previous collections have given a platform to many independent games that have gone on to enjoy success including Don't Starve, Proteus and Braid.
“This is the seventh year EGX has featured a curated collection of independent games, upholding some of the most unusual and ambitious games in development. This year will see an expanded collection bringing even more of those games to EGX London's enormous audience," said David Hayward, curator of the collection.
Developers interested in submitting their games should fill out the following online form: http://bit.ly/1o7oFNi Submissions will close on the 10 th August and the winning titles will be revealed soon after. All queries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EGX London 2014, the UK's biggest gaming event, takes place at Earls Court, London, between Thursday 25 th and Sunday 28 th September and will feature the best pre-release console & PC titles, developer presentations from world renowned game designers and a host of other features. Tickets are on sale now via www.EGXLondon.net.
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Founded in 1999, Gamer Network Ltd publishes a range of video game websites including Eurogamer.net, the world's leading independent video games website with local editions in ten European languages. The company also publishes market-leading trade resource GamesIndustry International, Modojo a leading mobile gaming website and Outside Xbox, a video site dedicated to the Xbox community. It also represents several partner websites including VG247.com, RockPaperShotgun.com and NintendoLife.com and recently launched USgamer.net. Via its Gamer Events division, the business produces live public events and trade shows including EGX London (formerly Eurogamer Expo), EGX Rezzed and GameHorizon, the games industry conference.