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GTP Indie Cup Winter‘19, the sixth online contest for Eastern European indie game developers has started on January 22. The developers have two months to submit their games before the deadline on March 15. Indie Cup is a great opportunity to show your game to the industry experts, press and publishers, to receive professional feedback and to win valuable prizes.
This time the Cup has a new design – the site is now simpler and clearer. Also, the judges’ team keeps expanding – for example, “Streamers’ Choice” nomination now features Dmitriy Kuplinov and Teranit among other familiar faces.
You can nominate your game for 10 available categories: “Best PC Game”, “Best Mobile Game”, “Best VR Game”, “Best Art”, “Streamers’ Choice”, “Critics’ Choice” and categories by our partners – “Best Unreal Engine Game”, “Best Unity Game”, “Best Corona Game” and “Best Game Maker Game”.
Indie Cup W’19 schedule:
- January 22 – games’ submission start;
- March 15 – submission ends, shortlisting;
- April 2 – the results publication and awards.
Good luck to the Indie Cup participants! We begin!
About Indie Cup
GTP Indie Cup is the biggest indie games contest in Eastern Europe. Each year more than 200 independent studios participate in the Cup – over the course of two fully online events. The games’ submission, presentation, judging, and awards take place at Indie Cup site and social media.
The Cup is a platform for your game’s presentation. The best games get feedback from judges, prizes from the leading industry companies and conferences, as well as press and streamers coverage. We’re aiming to bring developers as much benefit as possible.
About GTP Media
GTP Media is a service company for game developers. GTP Media supports the indie scene and develops services and platforms for the developers. The Cup is one of the company’s first projects for indie games’ authors.