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Dare To Be Digital: Pitching A Prototype
In association with Abertay University Prototype Fund.
6.30pm | Bar open
7.00pm | Event starts
This year’s Dare To Be Digital finalists pitch their winning game prototypes and receive feedback from a panel of industry experts, including:
Riccardo Lenzi - a game producer with many years' experience in managing internal, external and hybrid development teams across multiple formats (currently Xbox Live Arcade)
Matt Sansam - now part of the Technology Strategy Board's ICtomorrow management team, Matt has worked as Producer and Executive Producer at Rebellion, Core Design, Climax, Criterion, Psygnosis and SCi
and Paul Durrant - representing Abertay University’s £25,000 grant for small companies developing their own interactive digital content.
Find out more about what publishers are looking for in a game, plus the lessons learned by the Dare To Be Digital teams – will you agree with the verdict of the BAFTA Games Awards judges, announced the following day?
Abertay University’s business support office is providing grants of up to £25,000 for small companies (based anywhere in the UK) that are developing their own games or other forms of interactive digital content. Our aim is to foster economic growth, facilitate job creation, and improve skills development in the sector. Find out more at http://prototypefund.abertay.ac.uk/
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