GDC 2009 Submissions Open

Game Developers Conference is one of the premier events in gaming, and with dozens of submissions each year, the GDC advisory board is refining the process to make sure that the time of contributors is not wasted

GDC 2009 Submissions Wanted

Think Services Game Group today announced that submissions are open for lectures, roundtables, panels and posters for the 2009 Game Developers Conference (GDC). Submissions for GDC 2009 will undergo a three-step process, where the GDC advisory board will review all initial proposals before a more detailed submission is made and the final proposals are accepted. The call for submissions is now open through Monday, August 11th.

More details about the submission process can be found at

"GDC's world-class reputation is built on the strength of its content, so we are always looking for new ways to keep the quality of that content as high as ever, and to find new ways to raise the bar year after year," said Meggan Scavio, director of GDC. "To that end, we have reformatted our historically rigorous submission process to make the first steps more welcoming, and so that the advisory board can select the sessions that are most beneficial and relevant to the attendee. When submitting, keep in mind that GDC attendees are experts in their field. Tell them something they don't know."

GDC 2009 will take place in San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center from March 23-27.

via GameDaily

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