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EA, Tencent, and Bandai Namco join Investment Summit Online

22 more names sign-up for next month's event

More major names are looking to sign indie games at next month's Investment Summit Online.

The likes of 505 Games, LEGO Ventures, Jagex, EA, Team17, Tencent, Bandai Namco and Konami will meet with game studios in an effort to fund new projets. Developers looking to sign-up can book their tickets right here.

The full roster of publishers and investors currently includes:

101XP, 11Bit Software, 505 Games, Accelerate Games, Amplifier Game Invest, Animal Kingdom, Another Indie, Asmodee, Armor Games, Bandai Namco, Behaviour Interactive, BITKRAFT Ventures, Creative England, Digital Extremes, Electronic Arts, Fellow Traveller, Galaxy Interactive, Gamesco London, Gearbox Publishing, Global Top Round, Graffiti Games, Humble Bundle, The Irregular Corporation, Jagex, Kabam, Kickstarter, Konami, Kowloon Nights, LEGO Ventures, Lucky Bus, Makers Fund, META Publishing, Miniclip, Neowiz, Netmarble, Oculus, Origin VP, Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, Remote Control, Sega, Skystone Games, Snail Games USA, Sold Out,, Team17, Tencent Those Awesome Guys, tinyBuild, Tripwire Interactive, Ubisoft, Valve, Wired Productions, Wings and Xsolla.

The event is sponsored by Sony Interactive Entertainment and Xsolla.

Alongside one-to-one meetings using MeetToMatch, the event will also feature special limited roundtables for developers to take part in, including one with Valve and another with legal firm Sheridans. Spaces for these roundtables are limited and are on a first come, first served basis. We will also host a casual networking event, and there will be a series of talks held throughout the day (speakers to be announced next week).

Tickets are £10 for developers, publishers and investors and are on sale here. Service companies can also buy a limited number of tickets for £150, which gives access to the meeting system.

During our last Summit, more than 1,000 industry professionals signed up, from 198 investors and publishers and over 500 independent game studios.

Tickets for the meeting system are £10 for investors, publishers and developers. A small number of $150 tickets are also available for service providers looking to meet with publishers and studios. You can book all of them via this link.

The event is made possible thanks to our sponsors, which this year includes Xsolla. If you're interested in supporting this year's event, contact

The Investment Summit is part of our GI Live series of events, which has already featured State of Games and Changing Channels (you can rewatch the content via that link), and will conclude with the UK Best Places To Work Awards on September 18th.

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