GDC Showcase is a free-to-attend, all-digital event created to provide the GDC community a chance to come together in March 15-19, 2021. A week of specially curated conference content, 9:00 am-4:00 pm PT each day. This one-of-a-kind event will provide attendees the chance to catch a taste of what to expect from more expansive GDC events to come, along with some of the biggest talks from past GDC events.
GDC Showcase will feature GDC session highlights with live speaker Q&As, interactive panels, forward-looking keynotes and interviews, and insights from some of the top companies in the industry. It will feature some of the best content presented at GDC in years past and what to expect in the year to come! From interactive Q&As with speakers to live discussions on some of the most pressing issues in the industry, there’s something for everyone in the game development industry.
- Participate in live AMAs with expert developers.
- Revisit classic GDC talks and chat with the speakers who gave them.
- Experience brand-new forward-looking keynotes.
- Watch GDC Podcast Live episodes.
GDC Showcase will showcase a variety of sessions ranging from live discussions, keynotes, and more, with content focused on some of the most pressing issues in the game development industry. Topics range from Advocacy to Visual Arts and will incorporate classic sessions from the past and never before seen content to give you a sample of what to expect from upcoming GDC events.
For those interested in game audio there are 2 music discussion sessions scheduled for the GDC Showcase:
- ‘Homefront’ to ‘God of War’: Using Music to Build Suspense by Winifred Phillips.
- The Music of ‘BATTLETECH’: Big Sound on a Budget by Jon Everist.
New sessions will continue to be added as we approach the event, so be sure to check back often to see the latest updates!
You can learn more at: https://gdconf.com/showcase
Register for the event here: https://gdc.informatech.com/showcase/2021/.
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