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Gamasutra @ GDC 2012

Gamasutra is the largest web site devoted to the art and business of making games. It offers the latest breaking news on video games, detailed features on the industry, the biggest video game job board around, and a vibrant community of game dev bloggers. See for yourself at


2015 MEDIA PARTNERS, the largest video game media and platform in china, has been committed to the industry for 14 years with keen sense of industry trends, a wide variety of game news and unique insights. Covering gaming portal, videos and apps, 17173 boasts 410 million monthly active users., under the brand of #1 game portal in China, is a community-supported website providing news, reviews, thousands of game hubs and communities for MMO games & Mobile games. Hundreds of news items and articles are submitted by 2P contributors every day.
5point is a Chinese news site on China’s mobile gaming industry since Dec 2012, it also recommends quality mobile games based on market data and reviews.
App Resource Connect
At the App Resource Connect, we make essential connections for app devs, publishers and marketers with the resources that can build their business.  Through our suite of proprietary and curated content, including The WrAPP Newsletter and monthly webcasts, we can help  you navigate the emerging landscape of the App Ecosystem.  
CEDEC 2015
CEDEC is a technical conference for the computer entertainment developers organized by the CESA, an industry organization in Japan. CEDEC features 200 sessions by industry-leading developers and offers the latest technical and business information. The 2015 conference is held for three days from August 26th to 28th in Yokohama and a "call for speakers" is open from January 30 to March 31, 2015.
China Mobile Game Market
ChinaMobileGameMarket is an English media site focusing on news and reviews on China’s mobile games market, providing sharp, valuable and independent views.
Develop Magazine
Develop is the only European-based website and magazine totally focused on the games development sector. It benefits from being able to drill down into technical subjects and agenda-setting issues, whilst offering valuable tips and information to its readers.

Develop is written for creative staff working directly on game projects and using software tools on a daily basis. These include programmers, designers, producers, artists, animators, quality assurance managers, testing executives, audio professionals, musicians and more.
Celebrating the best in interactive entertainment today and identifying the most important developments of tomorrow, Edge is the must-have companion for videogame industry professionals, aspiring game-makers and super-committed hobbyists. It is available as a monthly print magazine and an award-winning interactive iPad edition.
In its 13th year, The Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.) is the oldest and largest association of professional and aspiring game composers, sound designers and programmers and educators. Its pillars of education, recognition of excellence and community manifest themselves in the GANG Awards, numerous events and the new GANG Scholars Program. is the only-one daily web magazine for game industry in Japan. Every day, we publish various articles about game development, market, education, mobile, social, politics, localization. If you want to know videogames from Japan, is a must-read source.
For over 15 years has been recognized as the leading technical game development resource. Developers visit the site again and again looking to discover the latest products and technologies, keep up to date with current industry trends, and to communicate with their game developer peers.
Game Mob
Game Mob provides quality mobile gaming editorial with the latest news, in-depth reviews, early previews, and original videos. Its mission is to further grow the gaming community on mobile platforms and emerging technologies.
You are invited to attend the 2015 IASIG Town Hall Meeting. Join your fellow sound and music professionals to share ideas and enthusiasm for advancing the state of the art in interactive audio development. This is the best opportunity of the year to connect with other sound designers, composers, audio programmers, hardware engineers, and game audio educators. Come and discover how you can help shape the future of interactive audio for games, web, and mobile applications.
The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) is the largest non-profit membership organization in the world serving all individuals who create games. The IGDA's mission is to advance the careers and enhance the lives of game developers by connecting members with their peers, promoting professional development, and advocating on issues that affect the developer community.

Learn more about IGDA events at GDC 2015.
IGDA Japan Chapter
IGDA Japan chapter IGDA Japan chapter has been established in 2002 as a local chapter in Japanese capital area and advanced to Non-profit organization in 2012. There are 9 SIGs, 3 Task forces, 1 working group and we have over 2500 free mail news readers. We hold many seminars, events and cooperate TGS and CEDEC.
Key Players
Key Players is the biggest classified directory of the German games industry. It provides interesting and surprising insights into the German games market as well as more than 80 in-depth company profiles. In addition to all relevant developers and publishers, you will also find a broad selection of service partners for outsourcing, PR, localization or legal advice. And best of all: You will even get to know the people who are responsible for the German age classification system. The Key Players book is distributed at every major industry event and also available as a free App for your iPad.
KGDA (Korea Game Developers Association) was founded in 1999 in order to protect the rights of and enhance the network among game developers. KGDA's mission is to boost game development through experience, information, communication from sharing with the members and support game industry as well. KGDA hosts the KGC (Korea Games Conference) and Korea Indie Game & Game idea competition, and many other events.
Making Games
Making Games is Central Europe's leading magazine for professionals in the video game industry, be it print or online at Topics include game and business development. Making Games’ online job exchange is the best place for companies to hire employees from Europe and for professionals to find their dream job.
PC Gamer
As the established source, PC Gamer gives readers a dose of major exclusives, in-depth previews, hard-hitting reviews, winning strategies, and easy-to-follow guides to complex technology. PC Gamers is available on digital, print, social, and video platforms everyday, 24/7 through our global editorial team based in the US, UK, and Australia.