Entries in 'GCAP' (22)
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2013 is set to take place in Melbourne from 21st-23rd October, and early bird prices are almost gone.
Following on from yesterday, we continue our talk with Antony Reed from the GDAA on the gender divide in the industry.
While Game Connect Asia-Pacific still retains its strong developer focus, there are plenty of reasons to attend one of gaming's biggest annual conferences.
Festival season is far from over in Victoria, with Games For Change registrations now open and the speaker lineup announced.
Returning to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and partnering with the Game Masters exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, the Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2012 ...
Industry conference Game Connect Asia Pacific 2012 has been confirmed and dated, and will be coming to Melbourne in October.
Game Connect Asia Pacific 2011 had some great talks, and Tsumea has been good enough to re-post some key marketing and PR talks in their entirety.
Last week, GCAP 2011 played host to a range of international guests, plus the largest turnout of Australian game developers in the yearly calendar.
Speaking at GCAP 11 on Wednesday, VP of Capital Research for EEDAR (games research firm) controversially pushed brands over individual games.
GCAP has now drawn to a close, with day three having some great speeches and panels on the state of the local industry and successful game marketing.
At the end of day two of GCAP 2011, we look back on the keynote addresses, big plans by Screen Australia, and the discussions our industry has had.
Screen Australia (SA) took the stage at GCAP 2011 to outline new options before the Australian government to help the game development community thrive again.
Day one of Game Connect Asia Pacific 2011 (GCAP) is almost at a close, and we've heard from unlikely partners for the games industry.
With GCAP 2011 kicking off on Monday, MCV takes a look at some of the upcoming highlights and speakers attendees can expect.
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is just around the corner, so MCV took the time to ask organiser Antony Reed what attendees can expect from the event.
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is the largest conference in Australia for videogames business, development and market trends.