The world’s biggest games developers conference is just two months away

Countdown to GDC 2016: Are you heading to San Francisco?

The year has barely begun and already preparations are underway for GDC 2016.

The 30th edition of the Game Developers Conference will run from Monday, March 14th to Friday, March 18th, and will once again be held in the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The GDC Expo will begin on Wednesday, March 16th.

Registration is now open, and you can buy passes from www.gdconf.com. Purchase your ticket before Wednesday, February 3rd and you’ll be able to take advantage of Early Bird rates – a saving of $400 if you opt for the All Access pass.

There’s a full breakdown of the different passes and their prices right here. 

In the run-up to the show, we’ll be delivering weekly updates on the latest speakers and sessions confirmed, as well as offering advice on how to make the most of your trip to San Francisco.

If you’d like to get in touch with advice on how to prepare for the busiest week of the year or notify us about a must-see session or event, email jbatchelor@nbmedia.com.

As always, our bumper-sized March issue of Develop will be available on the GDC show floor to all attendees, and we’ll be covering every major announcement and more online. Be sure to bookmark www.develop-online.net/gdc.

To find out more about advertising opportunities in the GDC issue, contact Jennie Lane via jlane@nbmedia.com or Charlotte Nangle via cnangle@nbmedia.com. Alternatively you can call them on 0207 354 6000.

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