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Four more publishers and investors join GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit at PAX

Tickets on sale now for Seattle event

Four new names have signed up to the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit in Seattle

Publishers Sold Out, Those Awesome Guys and Gearbox, plus platform holder Nintendo, will be meeting independent developers at the event on Wednesday, August 28th. They join investors MTG, headline sponsor Xsolla, crowd-funding giant Kickstarter and publisher Digital Extremes. There are many more publishers and investors to be announced.

More than 30 independent developers have signed-up so far, with 150 expected to attend.

The Seattle Investment Summit is our second US show and will co-locate with PAX Dev. It will once again connect indie creators with publishers, investors and platform holders. Tickets are on sale now.

The event takes place at The Westin Hotel. It begins with a series of talks from leading investment experts, followed by a networking lunch and the chance to meet investors in formal 1-2-1 meetings. Meetings are at the discretion of the attending investors and publishers.

For our event in Boston, more than 30 investors and publishers attended alongside over 120 indie developers, and featured talks from Epic Games, Xbox and Humble Bundle. For more details on how the show works, click here.

Tickets for indie studios are on sale here. You can also buy a PAX Dev/Investment Summit combo ticket for a reduced cost.

For investors seeking a table, please contact Jamie Sefton. Tables cost $600.

A number of sponsorship packages are available. For more details, contact Charlotte.Nangle@gamesindustry.biz.

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