New games pitching and showcase event set for May

The teams behind MCV and Develop are hosting a brand new event in May for developers to showcase their games, find investors and pitch ideas.

Interface takes place on May 14th in central London and will bring together developers, publishers, platform holders, investors and funding experts.

Interface will connect indies, start-ups and creators of new games with investors and backers in private pitch meetings; plus, there will be demo zones and breakout sessions dedicated to seminars on better business practices.

There will also be areas for studios looking to recruit, plus networking and lounge spaces.

Interface will be affordable for businesses large and small, with prices starting at just 49.

Registration for walk-in delegates opens in March.

First partners will be announced next week – sponsorship includes exhibition space, access to the B2B meeting/pitching service and prominent exposure.

Email to be one of the first to find out more.

Interface will also offer affordable demo areas for indies wanting to showcase games, premium spaces for publishers, content acquisition, technology, recruiters and platform-holders looking to find games and partners; and over 300 delegates, including press, to present your creations to.

Contact Alex Boucher now to find out more about sponsorship – or call 01992 535 646.

Interface takes place at the Candid Arts Trust, a creative arts space in London next door to Angel tube station.

Indies, investors and creators of interactive content have told us they want a new place to find partners, see games and pitch ideas,” said Michael French, publisher of MCV and Develop.

Interface focuses on quality meeting time – that’s what matters most if you’re looking to score a deal or a new business.”

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