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The Baltic Dev Days Is Back

Baltic Dev Days, Europe's largest international non-profit B2B video game developer conference, invites industry professionals to Kiel on June 1 to 2, 2023 for cross-industry knowledge transfer and networking.

After a three-year break due to the Corona outbreak, the game developer conference Baltic Dev Days returns. The event will take place on June 1 and 2 at the Atlantic Hotel Kiel.

The Baltic Dev Days conference is set to host a diverse lineup of speakers from the gaming industry and intersecting fields. Among the speakers are Kate Edwards and Fawzi Mesmar, who will be conveying their thoughts on various topics like game design and culturalisation. Over the course of two days, more than 50 experts are expected to attend, providing attendees with valuable knowledge through insightful lectures and hands-on workshops. The conference also includes an Indie Expo, which will offer a platform for game developers from Germany and the Baltic Sea countries to showcase their games and receive feedback from industry professionals and gamers.

"For two days, Kiel becomes a hotspot for game industry professionals and decision-makers from our industry. But that’s not all, young and aspiring talent, students, and representatives of universities, the government, and Schleswig-Holstein’s economy join us for an exciting exchange of experiences and views. We want to create an environment of growth and prosperity here in the north and the Baltic Dev Days is our instrument of choice to achieve this goal" says Boris Zander, Managing Director of Seal Media GmbH and Head of Baltic Dev Days.

The Baltic Dev Days considers itself an ambassador of the games industry and strives to achieve several goals at once: to provide high-quality knowledge at an affordable price, to promote partnerships and friendships in the Baltic Sea region, to enable knowledge transfer to all areas of the society, and to strengthen the games industry.

"We are first and foremost an independent development studio. As a result, we are all too aware with the challenges you face at the start of your career as a game developer. Knowledge and a good network are critical for success but attending large conferences is incredibly expensive. Not everyone can afford it. So, where should a fresh developer seek for insights? Our answer to that question clearly is, at the Baltic Dev Days! ", says Christian Haja, Head of Business Development at Seal Media GmbH and Event Director of the Baltic Dev Days.

Newcomers and talents

Baltic Dev Days conference has announced that they would be providing discounted tickets for the Indies and students. The aspiring developer teams can present their games at the Indie Expo for free. To avail of this opportunity, interested individuals can apply here.
Talent acquisition and recruiting is reported to be important aspect for the organizers. They have reserved a Career Wall where business pass holders can display one job offer (DIN A4) per pass. The Career Wall applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Students and newcomers are encouraged to attend Baltic Dev Days for an insightful and engaging experience.

You may learn more about the conference and get your ticket here. Also, don't forget to join our 80 Level Talent platform and our Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.

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