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The Interactive Games Forum


The Interactive Games Forum : Session 4

'Future Opportunities in New Zealand'

Wednesday 20th November 6 - 9pm @ (e)-vision

OPEN TO EVERYONE

Unique industry networking opportunity

A Series of four seminars about the interactive games industry in New Zealand. Come and join us to discuss the NZ games industry during October and November. Held at (e)-vision, each session will have speakers from the industry here to showcase and talk about some of the issues and interests of the gaming industry in NZ. Running from 6 till 9pm, there will be chances for the attendees to ask questions and discuss the matters as they arise. Join us for this new and definitive series.

Future Opportunities in New Zealand Wednesday 20th November 6 - 9pm

Show & Tell - Case Study of a new games project... Mario Wynands, Sidhe Interactive Show & Tell - Mark Thomas, 3D Design, Right Hemisphere Show & Tell - Rob Walsh CEO Krome Studios (Australia)

After the case studies we will convene a Panel: Challenges for NZ - Where to from here. The panel will be Mario Wynands, Mark Thomas, Rob Walsh other Industry people and will be facilitated by Clare O'Leary Sector Specialist - Industry New Zealand. Come armed with your questions and be prepared for an interactive session.

If you would like further information on the series or on the speakers please visit http://www.evision.org.nz/events/games.html

If you missed Sessions 1 - 3, they are available on CD Rom from (e)-vision.

Facilitated by (e)-vision in partnership with Industry NZ and The NZ Games Developers Association.

Book by emailing us at mailto: mailto:bookings@evision.org.nz

Cost is $45 per session (inc GST)


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