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Epic Games, Wizards of the Coast and Miniclip join GI Live: London

Major companies sign-up to meet game developers

Epic Games, LEGO Ventures, Wizards of the Coast, Sumo Digital, Miniclip and Merge Games are the latest companies looking to meet indie developers at GI Live: London.

More than 40 investors and publishers will attend the event to discover new games and companies.

The online and in-person event takes place next week on Wednesday, October 6th - Friday, October 8th. The first day is an online-only meeting day, whereas Thursday and Friday take place in-person at London Excel, alongside the EGX consumer show.

The in-person days include meetings, networking, roundtables and a series of live and pre-recorded talks. Speakers include PlayStation, Xbox, Valve, Warner Music, Sega and many more. Check out the full schedule here.

Tickets are on sale here. Standard tickets includes access to everything: all talks, roundtables and both the online and in-person meetings. It also includes lunch on both days, and four-day access to the EGX show floor.

Digital tickets are also available. Digital tickets include access to the online meetings on Wednesday, and all talks and sessions will be streamed online for ticket holders.

The companies looking to meet studios at the event include: Bandai Namco, Barclays, Curve Digital, Devolver Digital, EA Originals, Epic Games, Fundamentally Games, GamesCo London, Global Top, Hiro Capital, Humble Games, Kickstarter, LEGO Ventures, London Venture Partners, Makers Fund, Marvelous Europe, Merge Games, Miniclip, Netease, Playstack, Secret Mode, Sega, Sold Out, Splash Damage, Sumo Digital, Team17, Thunderful, Twitch, Ubisoft, Valve, Wired Productions, Wizards of the Coast and Yogscast Games.

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