Sections Investment Summit has sold out

300 attendees expected at EGX next week

Next week's Investment Summit has sold out.

300 developers, investors and publishers are expected to attend the event on September 20th, which will include talks from the likes of Fig, Humble Bundle, London Venture Partners and Take-Two's Private Division.

There will also be a panel discussion featuring the likes of Team17, Miniclip and EA Originals.

The full line-up of speakers are below.

Attending the event from the investment side are: All 4 Games, Amazon App Store, BBC Studios, BFI, CI Games, Creative Europe, EA Originals, Fig, Gamesco London, Green Man Gaming, Humble Bundle, ID@Xbox, Jagex Partners, LivingBridge, London Venture Partners, Makers Fund, Miniclip, Moonshot Capital, Outright Games, Nintendo of Europe, PlayStack, Private Division (Take-Two), Sega, SIE XDEV Studio Europe (Sony), Supernova, Team17, Thunderful, UK Games Fund, Wales Interactive and Wicked Sick.

The event is sponsored by Jagex Partners and Harbottle & Lewis.

Here is the full speaker schedule:
09.30 - 10.00: Sign-in and refreshments
10.00 - 10.05: Introduction by Jamie Sefton, Organiser
10.05 - 10.20: John Polson, Humble Bundle
10.20 - 10.35: Francesca Walker, Creative Europe
10.35 - 10.55: Jon Bellamy, London Venture Partners
10.55 - 11.10: Alex Amsel, Fig
11.10 - 11.25: Markus Wilding, Private Division
11.25 - 11.45: Networking break
11.45 - 11.50: John Burns, Jagex
11.50 - 12.30: The Games Investment Panel hosted by Chris Dring ( featuring Saad Choudri (Miniclip), Debbie Bestwick (Team17), Rob Letts (EA Originals), Kirsty Gibson (UK Games Fund), Alan Moss (Harbottle & Lewis LLP)
12.30 - 1.30: Networking Lunch
1.30 - 6.00: Formal meetings between games companies and investors

For more information on the Investment Summit, check out our special website here.

If you're interested in speaking at next year's Investment Summit, please contact Jamie Sefton here. Alternatively, for sponsorship enquiries, contact Charlotte Nangle.

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