Nearly 100 games businesses are now set to attend May 14th’s interface – and amongst them are over 30 games studios looking for a publisher.
If you’re looking to sign fresh games content for PC, console or mobile, Interface is perfect for you. The B2B pitching and presentation event includes an expo of new and unsigned indie games, plus a private meeting system that promises one-to-one meetings between games studios and publishers or investors.
The event also includes a live stage of content, with speakers including Jason Della Rocca from Execution Labs and Shahid Ahmad from PlayStation.
For publishers looking to see new games, an Interface Meeting Host ticket costs just 499 and includes a table in the private meeting room, and a bespoke schedule arranged for you. Contact Conor Tallon on 01992 535 647 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Publishers signed up to take part include 505 Games, Rising Star, Curve, Tilting Point and Green Man Loaded
Prices for developers wishing to pitch in private sessions are designed to accommodate studios large and small. It costs 149 for studios of over four staff, or just 49 for smaller outfits of four or less. That secures you a schedule of at least 10 introductory meetings with potential business partners.
We also have one or two indie demo spaces left for 179 – this guarantees a space in the expo PLUS access to the Interface Meeting System.
You can also head to www.interface.events for more details – and tickets can be booked direct at http://intent-events.com/events/event_details/60
A fuller FAQ about the event can also be found here
Interface is a brand new event by the team behind MCV and Develop – it’s perfect for developers to showcase their games, find investors and partners, and pitch ideas.
Interface takes place at the Candid Arts trust in central London (near Angel tube station). Candid Arts is a creative space for artists located in two Victorian warehouses totalling 23,000 square feet.
Sponsors for the event include Unity, Pollen VC and Green Man Loaded.