Nordic Game

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Nordic Game
GenreGame Developers Conference
FrequencySpring
VenueSlagthuset
Location(s)Malmö, Sweden
Inaugurated2004[1]
Most recent2016[1]
Attendance2'500 attendees
Websitehttp://nordicgame.com/

Nordic Game is a video game conference held annually in Malmö, Sweden. The conference hosts lectures from the computer gaming industry and serves as a company-dating venue where developers and marketers meet. In 2013, 1,500 developers, businesspeople, and enthusiasts were expected to participate. The keynote speech that year was given by video game designer Tim Schafer.[2]

In 2016, the Japanese video game designer, screenwriter, director, and producer Hideo Kojima did a Q&A at the conference, that year the attendees were on its high, with over 2.500 people. The previous conference was held on 18–20 May 2016 in Malmö, Sweden.[1] The Nordic Game Conference 2017 edition will be held 17–19 May 2017 also in Malmö, Sweden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Nordic Game - ABOUT NORDIC GAME". Archived from the original on 2014-02-09.
  2. ^ Nytt från Öresund 14, May 2013 English translation

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