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50 indie studios from 14 countries looking for partners at EGX Rezzed

Sega, Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft and more set to meet creators

There are 50 independent game developers looking to meet publishers, investors, service companies, journalists, QA firms and PR agencies at EGX Rezzed later this month.

Together, there are creators from 14 different countries that will take part in the 'Meet The Indies @ Rezzed' zone, which takes place just off the show floor at Tobacco Dock on Thursday, March 30th.

We are closing entrees to indie developers today, although there is still time for games businesses, publishers and investors to book a space - contact Charlotte Nangle for more details.

We will manage the meeting system, to ensure no time is wasted and that creators are partnered with the right companies.

Already, Sega, Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, Curve, Kiss, Rising Star Games, Wales Interactive, Soedesco, Keymailer, Heroic Labs, Antimatter Games and more have taken spaces at the event.

EGX Rezzed is a video games event brought to you by the team behind EGX and takes place at the Tobacco Dock in London. Although it's a smaller event than its older brother, it still features many of the attractions you love about our events; playable pre-release games on both PC and console (with a strong focus on indie titles), developer sessions by well known game designers and the opportunity to chat with developers on the show floor.

This year will also feature a suite of B2B events, including a revamped careers fair, GamesIndustry.quiz, plus the GamesIndustry.biz 100 Party. EGX Rezzed will also feature the debut of the GamesIndustry.biz Magazine.

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