Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia is the only place to
be on 1-3 December 2005 for the 7th annual Australian Game Developers
Conference (AGDC), themed: “Developing Dreams”.
Federation Square will offer the AGDC unprecedented levels of
public and media exposure due to its' central location and unique
design. A civic and cultural precinct attracting 15,000-20,000
visitors per day, Federation Square combines a series of buildings
including ACMI: The Australian Centre for the Moving Image with
several public open spaces.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Ltd invites you to take
advantage of this exposure by participating as a sponsor and/or
exhibitor of Australia's leading game development Conference.
The Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus offers a multitude of
marketing and branding opportunities. New initiatives offered in
this year's Prospectus include the option to:
host a full-day pre-conference interactive workshop;
an international keynote session; or
host a public promotional activity in “the Square”.
Hundreds of companies participate at AGDC each year. Past companies
have included: Xbox USA, Discreet, Sony Computer Entertainment
Europe, Alias, Intel, Nokia, ATI Technologies, Apple Computers,
nVidia, Criterion, Atari, Universal Interactive, Valve, Flagship
Studios, Eidos, IBM and Midway Games to name just a few.
The Australian Game Development Industry is vibrant and sophisticated;
has great infrastructure and advanced technology; and is open for
business 24/7. Over 40 development companies have produced 200+
titles including Transformers Armada, Tribes: Vengeance, Freedom
Force , and Dark Reign for some of the largest game
publishers in the world. For more information on the industry,
please visit: www.gdaa.com.au