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GamesIndustry Summer Party tickets now available

By Matthew Handrahan

GamesIndustry Summer Party tickets now available

Thu 19 Jun 2014 10:54am GMT / 6:54am EDT / 3:54am PDT
Events

July 9 on Brighton beach, the year's best networking party returns

Tickets for GamesIndustry International's Summer Party, the premier industry networking event in Brighton, are now on sale.

Timed to coincide with the Develop conference, the GI Summer Party will return to its usual venue, Audio, on Brighton beach, on Wednesday 9 July. The party starts at 10pm sharp.

Featuring a free bar, a "fast beer bar" for the very thirsty, and DJs playing until the early hours of the following day, the Summer Party has become the highlight of a week that also features Brighton's Develop conference. It will be a ticket only event, and those tickets tend to go quickly - a limited number are available through Eventbrite, with more available through sponsors and co-hosts.

This year, the GI Summer Party will be co-hosted by Exient, Amiqus, OnLive and Wish Studios.

For tickets, follow the link. To enquire about co-hosting the event - complete with ticket allocation - contact Chris Buckley on chris.buckley@gamesindustry.biz.

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4 Comments

Caspar Field CEO & Co Founder, Wish Studios Ltd

42 96 2.3
Nice! See you there :)

Posted:A year ago

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Tim Carter Designer - Writer - Producer

605 333 0.6
For the record... It's "GAME INDUSTRY"... not "games industry". Singular, not plural.

Do you talk about the movies business? Or the cars industry? No. Same thing here.

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Tim Carter on 20th June 2014 6:02pm

Posted:A year ago

#2

Peter Lovell Head of Talent Acquisition, Jagex Games Studio

21 9 0.4
Cant wait!

Posted:A year ago

#3

Rupert Loman Founder & CEO, Gamer Network

139 45 0.3
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Tim: It's the name of the website.

Posted:A year ago

#4

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