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Sega, TinyBuild and Daedalic join GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit at PAX

Three more join Seattle event on Wednesday, August 28th

Publishers Sega, TinyBuild and Daedalic are the latest names looking to meet indie developers at the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit in Seattle.

The US event takes place on Wednesday, August 28th just before PAX West and during PAX Dev. The three new names join Valve, Nintendo, Digital Extremes, Gearbox, Kickstarter, MTG, Jagex, Team17, Fellow Traveller, Nicalis, Sold Out, Those Awesome Guys, Versus Evil, Snail Games, Kowloon Nights, Giant Games, The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, Leia Inc, Super.com, 11bit and Xsolla.

More big names will be announced in the following days. Indie developer tickets are on sale here for $180.

The event begins with a series of talks from leading investors, publishers and platforms including Valve, Kickstarter and MTG. That will be followed by a networking lunch, and then a series of 1-2-1 meetings between publishers/investors and indie developers. Ticket buyers will receive a meeting form to fill in to access these meetings. This form must be returned by Friday, August 16th to have a chance to secure meetings.

The full line-up of speakers, including our keynote, will be announced in the coming days.

The event takes place alongside PAX Dev and a few days before PAX West. PAX West indie exhibitors can request a free ticket. A ticket bundle that includes PAX Dev and GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit is available. You do not need to purchase a PAX ticket to attend the Investment Summit.

We are now sold out of tables. Some limited sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact Charlotte.Nangle@gamesindustry.biz for more details.

The event is headline sponsored by Xsolla.

For more information, click here.

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Christopher Dring

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Chris is a 15-year media veteran specialising in the business of video games. And, erm, Doctor Who