After three years of steady growth, the Game Devs of Color Expo will be returning in 2019, as well as participating in the Game Developers Conference Scholarship program.
The Game Devs of Color Expo organizers are proud to announce the event will be returning to the Schomburg Center in Harlem, New York in July 2019. After an amazing 2018 event, which included 17% attendance growth from 2017, the conference organizers are working on making an even bigger splash in 2019.
The expo organizers have also teamed up with the Game Developers Conference Scholarship program to provide free conference + summits passes to a select group of applicants. Starting today, prospective applicants can head to bit.ly/gdocexpo_gdc_scholarship in order to apply.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter @GDoCExpo or at facebook.com/gdocexpo as there will be many more exciting announcements in the new year.
And if you’d like to partner with us, please see our pitch deck at gamedevsofcolorexpo.com/sponsor.
The 2019 GDoC Expo is a games conference that is in its 4th year, featuring games and talks by people of color in and around the games space.
Past speakers include: SAMMUS (Rap Artist, Producer), Auriea Harvey (Tale of Tales), Ethan Redd (Virtuoso Neomedia), Mitu Khandaker (Spirit AI), Yussef Cole (Writer, Visual Artist)
Past games include: Card Witch (Alpha Six Productions), Nour (Terrifying Jellyfish), The Ultimate Clap Back (Mot & Dot LLC), Zarvot (snowhydra games)
The 2019 Game Devs of Color Expo is organized by Chris Algoo, Shawn Alexander Allen, Brian Carr, Brian S. Chung, GJ Lee, and Catt Small.
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