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Academy Talks: Framing the Future

Amplifying the Canadian Indie Game Community Read More

Ontario Creates

Date

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Time

3:00 - 4:00 PM ET

Location

ZOOM WEBINAR


Ways of access and audience demand for video games are only continuing to expand and diversify. This Framing the Future session looks at ways that independent Canadian game studios can continue to foster audience connection, discoverability, and access in today’s marketplace. Our panel of developers and community managers advocate for unique projects and narratives, speak to transferable lessons on discoverability and community event spaces for interactive and video game creators.

Free for Academy members. $10 for non-members.

 

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Guests.

Moderated
by: Kelly Lynne Ashton

Screen-Based Media Consultant

Meagan
Byrne

Founder, Achimostawinan Games 

Ericka
Evans

Head of Production, Phantom Compass 

Len
Predko

Executive Director, Hand Eye Society