Sega Joins Forces with the Eurogamer Expo’s Indie Arcade

Here’s one for the wannabe Indie developers out there who are looking to attend this year’s Eurogamer Expo

We’re delighted to announce the return of Eurogamer Expo’s Indie Arcade, which this year will be presented by publishing giant Sega.

The Arcade hosts more than a dozen of the finest independently developed games – showcased for the Expo’s tens of thousands of gamers.

Now entering its fourth year, submissions for 2011’s Indie Arcade are now open.

The Eurogamer Expo Indie Arcade is the biggest and longest established public showing of independently developed games in the UK.

Previous years have seen the public debuts of Joe Danger and Hohokum, as well as cult favourites Nidhogg, B.U.T.T.O.N. and VVVVVV.

Submissions are open until 19th August, after which the full selection of games will be finalised and announced. It costs nothing for game developers to submit or to exhibit if selected.

For further information and submission guidelines, please visit the Expo FAQ.

This year’s Eurogamer Expo takes place at London’s Earls Court between 22nd and 25th September. It’s the UK’s biggest video games event – set to attract 30,000 gamers with titles such as Battlefield, Ninja Gaiden 3, FIFA 12 and Star Wars: The Old Republic playable on the show floor.

GS Reporter: Nuge


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