Unreal developers exhibiting their titles in the ‘Powered by Unreal Engine’ zone will be eligible to have their exhibition space doubled for no additional expense, courtesy of Epic Games. This offer is available on a first come first served basis and developers are encouraged to act quickly to take advantage.
Now entering its seventh year, with a strong focus on PC and indie games, EGX Rezzed 2018 takes place at London’s Tobacco Dock on the 13th-15th April and is firmly established as London’s leading consumer games event and an unmissable opportunity for developers to promote their upcoming projects to a passionate audience of gamers.
“The passionate and knowledgeable players that attend EGX Rezzed provide Unreal developers with a perfect opportunity to get constructive feedback on their games, build awareness and desire amongst the community and raise their profile within a deeply engaged group of games enthusiasts. This is the kind of support that makes a difference and something we’re happy to provide to our creative community”, commented Mike Gamble, European Territory Manager of Epic Games.
“We were thrilled with the developer response to our partnership with Epic Games at EGX Rezzed 2017,” said Matt Styles, Event Director of EGX Rezzed. “The programme was hugely beneficial in helping developers spread the word about their games and we’re looking forward to replicating this success on a larger scale at next year’s event.”
Learn more about the teams that exhibited during the 2017 event right here.
EGX Rezzed is the closing event for London Games Festival 2018, an 11-day festival celebrating the art, culture and business of gaming.
Tickets for EGX Rezzed 2018 are on sale now and can be purchased from egx.net/rezzed/tickets. Developers wishing to exhibit can apply through the website or contact email@example.com.
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