Final tickets available for Wednesday night event

Develop Quiz: £1,000 Android phone up for grabs

The winning team of this week’s Develop Quiz will be awarded something genuinely magnificent: a Qualcomm dual-core Snapdragon mobile development platform.

The highest-of-high-end Android development phone packs a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor and a ridiculous number of features.

A video demonstrating the tech can be found below.

As well as the Qualcomm MDP, the Develop Quiz winning team will take £2,000 ad credit in Develop print or online, plus a bottle of champagne for each team member.

Only a few tables remain for the May 11th event, which takes place in the evening at the Sway Bar, London.

Offering great networking opportunities, games industry firms already attending include Rocksteady, Blitz Games Studios, Creative Assembly, Big Head Games, Peppermint P, Spilt Milk Studios, Harbottle & Lewis and Wave Studios.

Now a regular feature in the Develop calendar, the Quiz gives the UK dev industry an opportunity to find out which studio boasts the most intelligent staff.

Eighteen teams of five will lock horns in a quiz packed with questions on subjects ranging from games to science.

The event, which has a free bar and food, sells out every year.

Networking opportunities come with the chance to let your hair down and argue with other teams about general knowledge.

The second-place prize is lunch with the Develop editorial team, plus champers for each team member. And the team in third place will get a bottle of bubbly each too.

It costs just £219 to enter a team of five. This covers participation in the quiz, free bar and food for all five members of the team.

Avatar Games Recruitment has lent its support as Round Sponsor, while Jagex and Qualcomm have both registered as Joint Headline Sponsor.

Contact to book one of the final team places.

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