Submit before January 5th to improve your chances of meeting buyers in San Francisco

Nominations for Game Connection Awards close soon

Time is running out to submit your project for the Game Connection America 2016 Development Awards in San Francisco – the deadline for submissions is January 5th, 2016.

For the last 10 years, the Game Connection Development Awards have celebrated the most creative and innovative projects in the industry and the next edition will take place at Game Connection America 2016 in San Francisco from March 14th to 16th.

Nominees of the Development Awards will be showcased in a dedicated area on the show floor, giving developers the opportunity for massive exposure and visibility in front of thousands of video game professionals, publishers and journalists.

And, they’ll attract the attention of buyers that are looking to find innovative new projects to sign.

Check out the list of some of the buyers already signed up for Game Connection America 2016 by clicking here.

Game Connection Development Awards will feature 11 categories:

  • Best Console / PC Hardcore
  • Best Mobile / Tablets
  • Best Desktop / Downloadable
  • Best Casual Game
  • Best Social Game
  • Best Hardcore
  • Excellence in Art
  • Excellence in Story & Storytelling
  • Most Promising IP
  • Most Creative and Original Project
  • Best Indie Game

All nominated projects will also be in the running for Game Connection People’s Choice Award.

If you are a developer looking for publishing/distribution or funding, the Development Awards are the best opportunity to attend Game Connection for free and to be promoted in front of hundreds of buyers interested in quality projects and thousands of journalists if your project is nominated.

Submit your project here.

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