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August event in Assembly Rooms to include heavy focus on VR, workshops and talks

Edinburgh Digital Entertainment Festival makes expo space free for UK devs

The first Edinburgh Digital Entertainment Festival has opened its doors to British games firms.

The two-week event takes place from August 4th to 28th in the Scottish city’s Assembly Rooms and consists of a series of coding workshops and talks.

Developers are free to exhibit at the show’s Tech Hub expo.

Several big topics will take prominence, with a gaming focus on August 8th and 9th, talks dedicated to VR and future tech on August 15th and 16th, and a focus on ‘next generation’ arts and entertainment on the 22nd.

Attendees who take part in a workshop will be granted free access to the Tech Hub, which currently includes exhibitors such as BBC R&D, Flying Object, Reflex Arc; Sky R&D, LordMiller Productions, VRTGO and HTC Vive, as well as indie studios.

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