Tandem Events has announced that Early Bird tickets are now available for the Develop:Star Awards taking place during Develop:Brighton 2019 on Wednesday 10 July at the Hilton Brighton Metropole. Tickets can be purchased through the Develop:Star Awards website: https://developstarawards.awardstage.com/#Book_Tickets
The Develop:Star Awards celebrate the creative excellence and innovation of the very best games from the past 12 months. The Develop:Star Awards are split into 15 categories, with the additional Develop:Star Award honouring an extraordinary industry figure for their achievements and contribution to the industry.
Early Bird discounts are available for tables of 10 guests, individual tickets, and a special Micro Indie ticket for development studios with less than four employees. The rates are valid until 5 June, offering savings of up to £300.
Among the ticket options are a limited number of Premium Tables, offering an upgraded drinks package, company branding, and prime seating near the stage. These exclusive tables are expected to sell-out soon.
All tickets include an invitation to the drinks reception, dinner and After Party. The following ticket options are available:
Micro Indie Ticket*
”The Develop:Star Awards are all about celebrating the game development community, so I’m especially proud to offer our Micro Indie ticket for this year’s event,” said Andy Lane, managing director of Tandem Events. “Our Premium tables also offer a fantastic deal for larger groups, so don’t miss out!”
*Micro indie tickets must be purchased over the phone and are limited to four per studio.
For more information, call the Develop:Star Awards team on 020 3741 7660.
All prices are exclusive of VAT.
About The Develop:Star Awards
Taking place alongside the conference, the new Develop:Star Awards will recognise the very best of the game development community. The achievements of developers and success of great games and creativity will be celebrated across 15 categories, including one ultimate ‘Develop Star’. This award will honour an extraordinary game developer for outstanding achievement and contribution to the industry.
About Develop:Brighton conference & expo
The Develop:Brighton conference is where the European developer community comes together to learn from each other and share experiences, be inspired by world renowned experts and gurus, get up-to-date with the latest development tools and techniques, make new contacts and catch up with old ones.
With a programme that is shaped by some of the industry's key figures, the conference touches all levels of the development community from the largest studios to the smallest indies; from development directors to programmers.
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