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EA Originals, Nintendo and Sony set for GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit 2018

Makers Fund and Thunderful also on-board

The 2018 GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit returns Thursday, September 20th.

EA Originals, Nintendo, Sony, Makers Fund and Thunderful are the first group of companies set to meet and speak with indie developers at this year's event.

Last year over 150 people attended the investment summit, with more than 200 meetings taking place between publishers/investors and independent creators.

EGX indie exhibitors can attend the Investment Summit for free, while other independent developers can buy tickets to the Summit for 79 + booking fee right here. This is the early bird price, with prices rising to 99 + booking fee after July 31st.

Price includes conference access, a 3-day pass to EGX, networking lunch, the chance to take part in our meeting system, and entry into the GamesIndustry.biz Trade Zone.

The Investment Summit begins with a half-day conference featuring leading speakers from the investment community. This is followed by a networking lunch, with meetings scheduled to take place in the afternoon.

Investors and publishers can contact Jamie.Sefton@gamesindustry.biz if you would like to book a table or room at the conference. Prices start from 500.

For sponsorship enquiries, contact charlotte.nangle@gamesindustry.biz.

Previous years has seen a number of major companies attend the event, including Sega, Microsoft, UK Games Fund, London Venture Partners, Wellcome Trust, Creative England, Kickstarter, Mercia Technologies and loads more. Further speaker and guest announcements will be happening over the coming weeks.

For more information, click through here.

Please note: Any formal meetings will be at the discretion of the investors.

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