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Double Fine, Gearbox and Versus Evil are looking to meet indie developers at PAX East

Even more names join the US version of the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit

Major indie publishers Double Fine, Gearbox and Versus Evil are the latest companies looking to sign games at the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit at PAX East.

The Investment Summit takes place next to PAX East on Thursday, March 28th. Tickets for studios are available through here. It includes access to the summit, lunch, and two-day passes to PAX East (if you don't have one already).

Over 65 developers are already signed-up to attend.

Other major publishers and investors set for the event include Digital Extremes, Humble Bundle, Kickstarter, Kongregate, Kowloon Nights, Krafton (formerly Bluehole), Merge Game, PlayStack, PlayStation, Velan Ventures and Xbox. More will be announced in the coming weeks.

Speakers at the show include Chris Charla from ID@Xbox, Anya Combs from Kickstarter and John Polson from Humble Bundle. They'll be sharing insight, data and advice on how to secure funding for your game.

Our next set of keynote speakers will be announced shortly.

Developers looking to acquire tickets can order them through here. Publishers and investors looking to meet developers, you can book a $500 table by contact Jamie.Sefton@gamesindustry.biz.

The conference talks take place in the morning of the show, this is followed by a networking lunch and then the afternoon will feature 1-2-1 meetings between publishers/investors and independent developers. All ticket holders can submit to enter the 1-2-1 meeting system, but whether you secure any meetings are at the discretion of the publishers and investors. There will be ad-hoc networking opportunities during the lunch, and also after the event when drinks will be served.

Various sponsorship packages are also available. Contact Charlotte.Nangle@gamesindustry.biz for more details.

For more information on the event, check out our microsite.

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