Nokia Announced as Main Sponsor of GCDC 2008

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Today the GC Developers Conference (GCDC) announced that Nokia will be the main sponsor of this year’s event. Nokia will showcase its latest games for N-Gage making mobile a big part of the conference. Nokia has supported GCDC, Europe’s leading developer conference, since 2005. The GCDC takes place in Leipzig August 18-20, 2008.

In addition to being a platinum sponsor of GCDC, Nokia will be giving a keynote speech at the mobile conference alongside multiple panels. Nokia N-Gage is also sponsoring the mobile network event and is the main mobile track sponsor.

“Nokia is delighted to be a platinum sponsor of GCDC for the fourth year running,” said Kay Gruenwoldt, Head of Title Marketing, Nokia. “We very much regard GCDC as a key event in the industry calendar and we look forward to showcasing our latest innovations at the show.”

“Nokia is one of GCDC’s most important partners, and their continuous commitment has enabled us to set up an exciting, forward-looking program each year,” said Frank Sliwka, Project Director of the GCDC. “Nokia is certainly one of the reasons that GCDC has become Europe’s leading developers conference.”
GCDC is Europe’s leading international conference for game development and the business of games. The conference is expected to attract more than 1,000 professionals from the field this year. For more information about GCDC please visit: www.gcdc.eu.

GCDC 2007 Retrospective
In 2007, GCDC was attended by 940 conference participants from more than 35 countries. Among the speakers were Bob Bates (USA, Legendary Game Designer and Writer), Julian Eggebrecht (USA, Factor 5), Tim Schafer (USA, Double Fine), Bruce Shelley (USA, Ensemble Studios), and Brian Sullivan (USA, Iron Lore Entertainment).

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