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Video: How to get the funding your game needs

Game industry veteran and Execution Labs cofounder Jason Della Rocca gives an indie financing reality check and shares advice on getting the funding your game needs in this GDC Europe 2015 talk.

June 22, 2016

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Making great games takes time, skill, talent -- and money.

Game industry veteran, consultant and Execution Labs cofounder Jason Della Rocca has spent a notable portion of his career helping developers with that last part, and at GDC Europe 2015 he took to the stage to share some advice on getting the funding you need to make your game.

In the course of his talk he also presented a reality check on how independent studios are getting projects funded and their companies financed these days. Plus, he offered nitty-gritty advice on investor options, what each one is looking for, how to be "investable," stacking/layering options and what to watch out for when seeking funding. 

It was a highly practical, useful talk that's well worth watching right now for free via the official GDC YouTube channel.

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