DevGAMM conference goes to Vilnius on July 28-29

The conference will be held in Vilnius for the first time, the main goal is to support all the talented game developers and industry professionals, and moreover, help Ukrainians (part of money raised from the tickets will go to special funds).
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DevGAMM Vilnius 2022 will be held on July 28-29.

DevGAMM Vilnius 2022 will feature two conference days in Lithuania at Radisson Blu Lietuva with business meetings, talks from industry experts, an expo with new games and company booths, and job opportunities.

Here’s a brief look into the amazing speakers’ line-up: Leszek Szczepański, Guerrilla Games, Ahmed Salama, Ubisoft Stockholm, Slava Lukyanenka, Xsolla, Fawzi Mesmar, Game designer & Author, Arturs Lukasevics, TikTok, Mike Bodie, Voice Actor, Māris Naglis, HTTPOOL, Jason Polansky, Atari, and others to come.

The game developers can already submit their games to DevGAMM Showcase, which is a great opportunity to present projects to the conference audience and get feedback. The submission deadline is July 13. Apply here.

For those who are interested in hot topic discussions, there’s Roundtables’ activity with up to 10 experts. Each table has a moderator. Share experiences and get insides. To top it off, more than 100 job offers from game dev companies will be available on the Career Wall. Therefore, everyone who’s looking for a job is welcome to find the best option.

As for business contacts, the participants will be able to schedule a meeting via PINE Tool, and network with colleagues and other conference attendees during the afterparty.

Tickets are already on sale and available on the website. In case you don’t make it to Vilnius, check out a new Online Networking ticket to access the attendees’ list and schedule virtual calls.

If you use the Mobidictum&DG_15 code special for Mobidictum followers when buying your ticket to the event, you can enjoy a 15% discount! Don’t forget to click the button below to reserve your ticket.

*The conference was born in Ukraine, most of the team are Ukrainians, and the organizers are deeply hurt by everything that happened. The organizers will donate part of the ticket and sponsorship package proceeds to the funds helping Ukrainians.

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