Gamer Network, the team behind the UK’s leading games events, is delighted to announce that submissions are now being accepted for the Leftfield Collection at EGX Rezzed 2017.
Since its inception in 2008 as the Indie Arcade, the Leftfield Collection has provided a free platform for indie developers to show games and game-like experiences to the EGX audience. Each collection has featured a diverse range of projects with more conventional titles sitting alongside games utilising non-traditional controllers and others defying genre classification.
Games that have featured in previous years include Proteus, Taphobos – An Immersive Coffin Experience and That Dragon, Cancer, demonstrating the huge variety of projects that the Leftfield Collection aims to support.
Exhibiting as part of the collection is free of charge, however, places are limited making the selection process highly competitive. The submissions form along with more information on the Leftfield Collection can be found here.
The window for submissions opens from the 28th November and closes on the 20th January. Any questions should be directed to the Leftfield Collection’s curator, David Hayward: firstname.lastname@example.org
EGX Rezzed 2017 is expected to welcome more than 15,000 visitors to London’s Tobacco Dock from the 30th March to the 1st April. Irrational Games co-founder and Bioshock creator Ken Levine will deliver a keynote talk at 2017’s event. Tickets are available to purchase now from egx.net/rezzed/tickets