It was a long time in coming, but the wait has truly paid off. That’s right, fellow industry enthusiasts: The 2010 ScreenBurn at SXSW panel programming has been tentatively set, with even more special topics and industry insights to be scheduled! "But what if I have never been to ScreenBurn? What are these 'panels' you speak of?" you may ask. ScreenBurn at SXSW brings together industry leaders and some of the most forward-thinking visionaries in the gaming industry for several days of dialogue and discussion about critical elements pertaining to the video game world. In other words, it would be a shame not to take advantage of this amazing opportunity to harness the collective knowledge and experience and finally distribute it to the public by way of interesting topics exploring new trends and building imperative industry relationships.
The next registration deadline is set for January 15. In order to attend these powerhouse sessions starring video game celebrities such as Matthew Armstrong of Gearbox Software, Andrea Phillips of Deus Ex Machinatio, and many others, you have to be a registrant.
With intriguing panels like "Playing With 140 Characters: Designing Games for Twitter" and "That Game Feels Nice: Tomorrow's Touch Interfaces," you’re sure to get your mind stimulated with the programming set for ScreenBurn at SXSW. Register today!