Nordic Game returns online this November

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The Nordic Game conference, organized annually in Malmö, Sweden, will be held on digital this year. The second part of the event, NG20+, will broadcast live from Slagthuset on November 25-27.

Both global and local Nordic speakers will participate in the NG20+, which is leading games conferences in Europe. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to connect with each other, share experiences and build partnerships through MeetToMatch and Discord.

Twice the Nordic Game experience

The second part of Nordic Game 2020 kicks-off this fall with NG20+ on 25-27 November. In NG20+ not only a second major Nordic games industry gathering awaiting us, but also twice the Nordic Game experience compared to NG20.

“We learned a lot from our first-ever online show, NG20 in May,” says Jacob Riis, Program Director at Nordic Game. “NG20+ this November will hold to the successful online formula we launched in the spring, but aims to deliver twice the Nordic Game experience – and quite a few surprises – this fall.”

Moreover, with the help of The Games Capital Summit, venture-ready companies will be able to connect directly with select invited VCs and strategic investors actively investing and seeking opportunities in the games sector. The Games Capital Summit takes place on Tuesday, 24 November as an online. Each company to participate will pitch uninterrupted for 10 minutes in front of a small panel of investors.

Nordic Game marks its eighteenth editions on this November and gathers thousands of industry professionals in Malmö annually. The conference also, draws attention with bringing together highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden under one roof.

This year Nordic Game doubles up on their digital debut at NG20 in May with NG20+ on 25-27 November. Learn more and register for NG20+ right here!


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