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GDC 2016 attendees, don't miss the Nite to Unite charity gala
As the game industry prepares to gather in San Francisco next month for <a href=gdconf.com/?_mc=BP_LE_CON>GDC 2016</a>, organizers would like to quickly ensure that the annual Nite to Unite charity fundraising gala is on attendees' radar.
February 18, 2016
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As the game industry prepares to gather in San Francisco next month for the Game Developers Conference, organizers would like to encourage all attendees to make time in their schedules for the smorgasbord of events happening at and around the March conference.
Among them is the annual fundraising gala, Nite to Unite, which is being held the evening of Tuesday, March 15th alongside GDC in San Francisco by the Entertainment Software Assocation Foundation. Given its charitable nature, GDC organizers wanted to take a moment to ensure its on the radar of all conference attendees.
The event which is supported and attended by members of the association and the entertainment software industry, raises funds for the ESA Foundation's two key programs - providing scholarships to college students interested in video game technology and related coursework, and supporting non-profit organizations that utilize video game technology in the furtherance of their mission.
Nite to Unite is a notable effort to celebrate the industry's continuing growth and success while helping to make a difference in the lives of America's youth. More information, including ticketing and sponsorship, is available over on the Nite to Unite website.
And of course, there will be lots of other events, interactive spaces and talks taking place at the conference. For more details on all announced talks, make sure to check out the GDC 2016 Session Scheduler.
GDC 2016 itself will take place March 14-18th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. For more information on GDC 2016, visit the show's official website, or subscribe to regular updates via Facebook, Twitter, or RSS.
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