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GamesIndustry.biz UK Investment Summit Early Bird ends next week

Sega and Those Awesome Guys join line-up for EGX show

You have just over a week to get discounted tickets for the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit at EGX this October.

The London event is our biggest in the calendar, and we're expecting hundreds of publishers, investors and developers to attend. Already signed up for the show are Sega, Frontier, Jagex, London Venture Partners, Those Awesome Guys and Sold Out.

Meanwhile, Team17 CEO Debbie Bestwick will be in conversation with GamesIndustry.biz on-stage. And Hannah Waddilove from Unit 2 Games will be discussing Far East Investment.

Many more publishers and investors and speakers will be announced during September. The event will take place on October 17th at London Excel and tickets are on sale here.

The Investment Summit is a special one-day event designed to help developers get their games funded. It's been running in the UK for ten years, and this year we launched the show in Boston and Seattle in the US. Speakers at those events included Kickstarter, Epic, Google, Xbox and Valve.

The event begins with a morning of short talks, followed by a networking lunch and then a series of 15 minute 1-to-1 meetings between investors, publishers, platform holders and game developers. Early bird tickets cost £89 plus booking fee, and includes a free pass to the EGX consumer show.

The event is headline sponsored by Xsolla. Live game publisher Jagex has also backed the event.

Publishers and investors seeking to join the show can book £500 tables or £1,000 meeting rooms by contacting Jamie.Sefton@gamesindustry.biz.

We also have limited sponsorship packages left. For more details, contact Charlotte.Nangle@gamesindustry.biz.

For further details on the event and how it all works, make sure to check out our microsite here.

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