#CTRLDEV – Talks with industry leaders

CTRLDEV4 500Let’s Make Games, with the support of our Principal Partner Screen Australia, are proud to present #CTRLDEV, a game development chat with industry leaders.

What: #CTRLDEV – A game development chat with industry leaders.
When: Sunday 23rd February, 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Where: Central Institute of Technology (East Perth), 140 Royal St., East Perth
Tickets: $40/$30 from Eventbrite

#CTRLDEV is a professional game development chat with international industry leaders. Two panel discussions will focus on the technical and career aspects of working in the games industry, to complement the narrative and storytelling discussions of The Game Changers series at the 2014 Perth Writers Festival.

Our guests are:

Clint Hocking (Canada – Far Cry 2, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory)
Jill Murray (Canada – Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag)
Dan Pinchbeck (UK – Dear Esther, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs)
Steve Gaynor (US – Bioshock Infinite, Gone Home)
Guy Gadney (Australia – Sherlock Holmes, The Suspect)

The panels will be divided into two sessions:

The Indie Session, all about getting an independent studio off the ground, and what it takes to make a game that can stand out with only a small number of developers.

The Studio Session, with discussions about finding jobs in a larger company, studio culture, and the production pipeline involved when working with internationally renowned and critically acclaimed franchises.

Both panel talks will have substantial time dedicated to Q&As from the audience, as well as a refreshments break in between.

Discounted #CTRLDEV tickets are available to attendees of any 2014 Perth Writers Festival The Game Changers series. For more details on ticket prices and event details, please go to the Eventbrite page.

 

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This event is possible thanks to our Principal Partner, Screen Australia, and the Perth International Arts Festival.

 

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