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Lionhead, Ninja Theory, Splash Damage commit to BAF 2010

Bradford Animation Festival's gaming strand returns for its sixth year

BAF Game 2010, the section of Bradford Animation Festival dedicated to gaming as a creative industry, has been confirmed for November 9-10, 2010, at the National Media Museum, Bradford.

Various speakers have already been confirmed for the event, including Guy Midgley and James Stephenson of Ninja Theory, Tim Appleby and Laurel Austen of Splash Damage, Lionhead's Andy Brunton and Revolution Software's Charles Cecil.

"BAF Game gets more exciting year on year and continues to attract key speakers who can share the stories and challenges behind the games we play today," said BAF Game director Tom Wooley.

"Anyone hoping to have a career in gaming should come along for the rare opportunity to hear some of the inside secrets that could help them break into the industry."

Tickets are available from the event's website. Two-day tickets are available at a discount rate of £50 (£40 concessions) until October 8, regular priced tickets for BAF Game will be priced at £55, or £45 for concessions.

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