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CANCELED: How Accelerators Best Facilitate for New Game Studios Roundtable

Linn Sovig  (Project Manager, Trygge Rammer)

Date: Thursday, March 24

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Pass Type: All Access Pass, Core Pass, Career Development Pass, All Access Online Only Pass - Get your pass now!

Topic: Game Career Development

Format: Roundtable

Viewing Experience: Virtual

Vault Recording: Not Recorded

We will be discussing best practices for running accelerator and incubator programs for new game developers. What have we found works really well and what doesn't work at all. What should the goals for such programs be and is there an opportunity to create collaboration across borders to give the game development teams broader perspective and experience.


This round table discussion will discuss in detail what type of programs can be set up to help game developers succeed in getting their games developed, funded and published. It will also give developers an opportunity to ask questions to these programs.

Intended Audience

Administrators and organisers of programs set up by educational institutions or independently, to help new game development teams succeed in a competitive market. Additionally, Developers interested in joining such programs, and developers interested in influencing the programs.