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GDC London, Games Summit Early Registration Extended

The CMP Game Group (which also runs the <a href="http://www.seriousgamessource.com">Serious Games Source</a> and <a href="http://www.gamasutra.com">Gamasutra</a> websites...

Brandon Boyer

September 18, 2006

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The CMP Game Group (which also runs the Serious Games Source and Gamasutra websites) has announced that early registration deadlines for the forthcoming GDC London and subsequent London Games Summit have been extended from September 15th to September 22nd. Early registration for the conferences, which will begin October 2nd through the 4th for GDC London and extend from the 4th through the 5th for the following Games Summit, and will take place at the BAFTA Headquarters at 195 Piccadilly, is provided at a rate discounted £50 from regular registration. GDC London, which focuses exclusively on advanced techniques in game development, especially within the UK, will build on the 2006 GDC theme of "What's Next" by narrowly focusing on key next-generation console and PC development issues. Top keynotes include 'Developing for a Networked Experience' by Jamie McDonald, SCE Worldwide Studios and 'Unlearn What You Have Learned: Implementing Next-Gen Gameplay' by Chris Williams, LucasArts, and there are also sessions from developers at companies such as Ninja Theory, Crytek, Midway, Lionhead, and Blitz Games. The GDC London conference also includes two optional days of tutorials sponsored by IBM and NVIDIA, covering Cell Broadband Engine application processing and DirectX10 programming, respectively. Early registration for the tutorials come at a savings of £25. The London Games Summit, co-presented by ELSPA and Tiga, is a leadership seminar that will address next-generation business issues and explore strategies for maximizing market opportunities in the modern game market. It includes the keynote 'Digital Reality' from Michael Denny of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studio [Europe], alongside a number of other exec-friendly talks. More information on both conferences and online registration can be found at www.gdclondon.com and www.londongamessummit.com.

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