ECGC features a narrative track with award winning writers - from indie to AAA. In this week's newsletter, Jesse Scoble battles with storytelling, Amanda Garner peeks into romance, Richard Rouse reflects on fantasy, and ECGC Core Team Narrative Lead Richard Dansky sips a scotch.
Indie developers find ECGC an ideal avenue for networking, showcasing their games as well as finding solutions to challenges encountered by start ups. With a virtual delivery, this year’s conference will continue to offer these opportunities through ...
ECGC announces its first ever juried Game Art Contest. With professionals and students categories in 2D, 3D and photogrammetry, entrants will have their work judged by industry professionals and also entered in the People’s Choice competition.
East Coast Game Conference published its first newsletter in advance of it's virtual event on April 21-23. This weekly update features short spotlights on speakers, contests, sponsors - giving insight to what to expect at this year’s conference.
This year’s East Coast Game Conference will be held virtually, April 21-23, 2021. The Triangle Game Initiative, in cooperation with The Powell Consulting Group and MeetToMatch, are hosting the event, and are is busy recruiting premier speakers.
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