Major game developers will review your portfolio at EGX Rezzed 2018

Representatives from Creative Assembly, Rare, Chucklefish, nDreams, Media Molecule, TT Games and Playground Games will be there has recruited experts from across the games industry to help young people improve their portfolios and break into the games business.

The Careers Advice and Portfolio Reviews section of the Career Fair will take place every day during EGX Rezzed 2018 at 10am - 12 pm and then again at 2pm - 4pm.

That's Friday, April 13th, Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th.

It is part of a bigger, expanded Career Fair, which will include studio and university booths, plus the return of the UKIE Career Bar. The Career Bar will be hosted by Will Freeman, and include talks from industry experts across all three days of the show.

Those conducting the Careers Advice and Portfolio Reviews include Rob Crossley from PlayStack, Jamie Holding from NDreams, Daley Eve Johnson from Rare, Tracy Hudson from Playground Games, John Griffiths from TT Games and Bogdan Vera from Media Molecule.

Creative Assembly will also be there during the whole weekend, offering advice and portfolio reviews during the full duration of the show - and not just confined to those two-hour windows.

You can see the list as it stands right here. More will be added the closer we get to the event.

The Career Fair is one component of this year's presence at EGX Rezzed 2018. We will also be there to announce and celebrate the winners of the 100 (sponsored by Amiqus) alongside the return of our Meet The Indies zone. More information on Meet The Indies will be made available soon.

Interesting in supporting the Career Fair? Please contact Matt Clements.

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