IGDA Scotland Returns to Edinburgh!

Where: The Three Sisters, Edinburgh

When: Wednesday, 26th of October 2011 from 7pm

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We had a hoot in Glasgow, where all sorts of stuff went down! And now we’re taking our band wagon of of shenanigans back up north to the Capital herself!

We’ll be bringing out the big guns with high flying start up Games Analytics sharing their Top 10 Tips and why analytics is good for you! People paid good money to hear them speak at Develop this year, and we’re giving it to you all for £FREE!!!

Games Analytics (GA) is a new start up based in Edinburgh. Having launched at GDC this year they are now one of the leading providers of Analytics technology to the Games Industry. Their key technology is real time in game predictive modelling.

Speaking for us is Chris Wright, GA’s CEO, with over 15 years experience in the games industry in Scotland and Internationally.

It looks to be a great night of meeting new faces, greeting old ones, and (probably) packing out yet another unsuspecting venue in Scotland.

In case you didn’t know, we’re also recruiting volunteers and committee members! If you’re interested, then there’s still plenty of time to put your name in our book! We’re offering all committee nominees the opportunity to say a few supporting words before we open the digital polling booths. Getting a committee to help steer the chapter over the long term is the last piece of the IGDA formalisation puzzle, and we’re super pumped to welcome new helpers and folk just interested in Scotland’s Game Industry.

The Three Sisters says they can fit up to 140 in their back bar, but we prefer to have a little thing called “Air” in the room as well. Bring your Eventbrite tickets along with you for expedited entry!

We look forward to seeing you! Until then, why not add us on Twitter & Facebook to stay posted on all the latest updates wit the chapter. We’ve also got a nifty survey going on for all of you to share your thoughts and ideas with us!

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