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Meet The Indies will return at EGX Rezzed

Publishers, investors and indie creators can attend for free

Meet The Indies @ Rezzed will return, and this time is completely free to attend.

Meet The Indies is a B2B matchmaking area that enables investors, publishers and service providers to meet with some of the world's best independent developers during EGX Rezzed.

EGX Rezzed runs April 13th - April 15th.

The event is sponsored by Wicked Sick, the investment firm owned by former Multiplay boss Craig Fletcher.

"The UK has a long history of great creative talent in the games industry and in particular a strong indie base, but access to finance seems to be an ongoing issue, especially for smaller amounts," says Fletcher. "We're very happy to help support the coming together of the indie scene with those who can help give them the resources to make the next generation of indie blockbusters."

If you are an indie developer, publisher or investor eager to attend, simply email meetindies@egx.net. And specify who you are and that you'd like to join the event. You'll then be sent additional information on how to sign-up and list what it is you're looking for. Whether you're an indie creator seeking marketing support and funding, or a publisher/investor looking for that next promising Nintendo Switch hit, this is the perfect event for you.

Sponsoring opportunities are available for the event. For more details, email charlotte.nangle@gamesindustry.biz.

Meet The Indies is one of three GamesIndustry.biz events taking place at EGX Rezzed. On Friday, April 13th, we will reveal this year's GamesIndustry 100 at a special drinks reception. And the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair will take place over the entire three days of the event.

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