Bossa, Miniclip, BFI, MTG and more join UK Investment Summit

Renaissance PR signs on as event partner

Even more big name investors, publishers and speakers have signed up to the UK Investment Summit in London next month.

The Investment Summit takes place on Thursday, October 17th. Tickets are on sale now, and includes talks, the chance to have 1-to-1 meetings with our guests, access to the EGX consumer show for the weekend and a networking lunch.

Miniclip, BFI, MTG, Kowloon Nights, Dear Villagers and are the latest companies signed up as publishers and investors looking to fund independent developers and their games at the event. They join existing attendees including Sega, Jagex, Frontier, London Venture Partners, Sold Out, Those Awesome Guys and Green Man Gaming.

Meanwhile, Bossa Studio's Roberta Lucca, Fundamentally Games' Ella Romanos, Miniclip's Saad Choudri, MTG's Christopher Bergstresser and Kowloon Nights will be discussing games investment during a special closing panel hosted by Editor-In-Chief Matt Handrahan.

Other speakers at the event include Team17 CEO Debbie Bestwick, who will be in conversation with Meanwhile, Hannah Waddilove from Unit 2 Games will be discussing Far East Investment. More speakers will be announced shortly.

Tickets for indie developers are on sale here for 99 (+ fees and VAT). For investors/publishers seeking tables, contact to book your 500 table. Over 70 independent developers have already signed up to the event.

We can also announce today that communications experts Renaissance PR have signed up as an Event Partner.

"At Renaissance, we've made it our mission to support independent developers and publishers with their latest games, getting them in front of press, influencers and the world at large in the easiest and more efficient way possible," says founder Stefano Petrullo. "The Investment Summit is the ideal location for us to meet with developers and publishers, to spot the next big games, and play our part in making sure the world knows about them. And to also discuss what 2020 and the future will bring to this amazing industry."

Other sponsors for the event include UK publisher Jagex, while our headline sponsor is monetisation experts Xsolla.

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