a new conference?
Not really. In 1999, Jeff Lander and Chris Hecker chaired
the Hard Core Technical Seminars, produced by Miller Freeman,
Inc. The event was very successful, but Jeff and Chris decided
to do it the next year without Miller Freeman, and couldn't
use the name again, so they called it the Game Technology
Seminars. Game Tech is based on both the previous seminars,
though the Game Tech Leadership Summit is a new idea. The
people involved are mostly the same: Chris remains as an
advisor, Jeff continues as program chair, and Jonathan Blow
joins as the new co-chair.
included in the registration costs?
The registration fee includes all classes, program materials,
breakfast, lunch and snacks, and some fun freebies.
I'd like to attend
but I can't afford the registration fee.
We recognize that the registration fees may not fit everyone's
budget, and we offer a limited number of scholarships
for qualified individuals.
Are press invited to
The material presented at Game Tech is highly technical
and not appropriate for members of the press. We do not
issue press badges for the seminar.