The India Game Developer Conference (IGDC) is India's premier game developers conference. The conference is organized by industry volunteers, with support from corporates and the Telangana government. Now in its 12th year, IGDC is the biggest and the most significant developer conference in not only India, but South Asia. The conference plays a key role in developing the Indian Gaming ecosystem: from helping developers gain valuable insight and pick up new skills to helping developers connect with publishers and investors that they otherwise may not have had access to.
* The All Access pass ensures access to IGDC workshops, talks and panel discussions, the IGDC awards show, Expo, lunch and much, much more!
** The Expo Only pass provides access to Expo floor events.
*** We have a strict ' no recruitment' policy at IGDC. The talks or stalls would not be used to advertise company openings or recruitments.
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Have a new game that you want to demo? Or a product that want to tell game developers about? Or maybe you just want people to know about your company. Whatever the objective, there's no better way to do it than having you own space on the IGDC Expo floor.
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The India Game Developer Conference Awards is India's premier game awards. Last year's award categories were:
|1||Studio Game of the Year||Overall best game of the year|
|2||Indie Game of the Year||Best game made by an indie/indie team|
|3||Student Game of the Year||Best game made by a student/student group|
|4||Upcoming Game of the Year||Best unreleased/under development game|
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BYOG (Build Your Own Game) is a game development jam where people interested in making games, get together and simply make games. Considering the diverse and nascent nature of game development in India, instead of doing it at a physical location we do it online. It is similar to Ludum Dare game jam and Experimental Game Project.
Anybody interested in making games or even learning how to make games should participate in the BYOG. The idea of the jam is to encourage collaboration, team building, experimentation, creativity and exploring something new and bold. It is not limited to students or working professionals, anybody and everybody is welcome to participate at the jam.
Started in 2010, BYOGs are one of the oldest game jams organised every year in the Asian continent and have a rich history of identifying and encouraging game development talent from the country. Past winners have gone on to win multiple international awards, launch successful game development companies, and make amazing games and careers.
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