As a game developer or small studio you are working around the clock at this time of year to complete the final levels of your game demo for the Game Developers Conference & E3, right? Both conferences are just around the corner, and as a developer you are very well aware that without a good looking game demo, no publisher or investor will sign your game and fund the development cost! Timing could never be better and there are now specialists who can help you out!
Risky Business Boys consist of a duo of industry veterans with extensive background in the gaming industry, and we will attend GDC and E3 with the exclusive objective of getting YOUR game a signed contract! Risky Business Boys can demo your game in private sessions to the global press; we can hand out PR packages (even write them), distribute your corporate package and get you editorial coverage in all the major gaming magazines on a global level! But this is only part of what we do; like a Recruiter hunts down talented people, Risky Business Boys hunts down investor and publisher deals for your game! We meet with publishers, investors and major studios at GDC and E3 to show off your game demo, convince them you have a killer game (you do, right)? And make sure you get signed to secure funding of your project.
Your objective is to do what you do best - create a great looking demo, and let us deal with all the logistics! We can write your press releases, your company bio, your team profile, help with your business plan, your budget and all the "other stuff" that typically steals valuable development time; and best of all, you don't need to spend your limited budget on expensive hotels and flights, stay in your office, complete your demo and let the Risky Business Boys represent you at these major conferences; after all, to succeed in this industry today its not enough to have a killer game, its about knowing the right people, at the right time, and know which buttons to press, and when! It's a risky business, but we can do the job!
For additional information please contact the Risky Business Boys at +1 707 535 6809 or by email through firstname.lastname@example.org
The Game Developers Conference (GDC) is the official trade event "by game developers for developers" of computer, console, mobile, arcade, online games, and location based entertainment. The GDC attracts over 12,000 attendees and provides educational, networking, and business opportunities for game development professionals driving the $11 billion video game industry. It is the main global forum where programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals and others involved in the development of interactive games gather to exchange ideas, network, and shape the future of the industry. This market defining conference features over 300 lectures, panels, tutorials and round-table discussions on a comprehensive selection of game development topics taught by leading industry experts. In addition, the GDC expo showcases all of the game development tools, platforms and services. The conference also includes the eighth annual Independent Games Festival, where new, unpublished games compete for the attention of the publishing community. This year, the GDC takes place between March 20th and March 24th - both days included. For additional information please visit www.gdconf.com.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), "Where Business Gets Fun," is the world's premiere trade event exclusively dedicated to showcasing interactive entertainment and educational software and related products. E3 2006 will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from May 10 - 12. Conferences are held May 9 - 11 and the show floor is open May 10 - 12. The worldwide annual focal point for the computer and video game industry, E3 draws tens of thousands of professionals to experience the future of interactive entertainment. The most influential people leading the most innovative companies in the business attend E3 to showcase and see groundbreaking new technologies and never-before-seen products for computers, video game consoles, handheld systems and the Internet. Show attendees also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of learning workshops and conferences focused on the specific interests and educational needs of professionals in the interactive entertainment business. For additional information please visit www.e3expo.com.