The international animation and games festival, Animex, is back in town for its 18th year to explore all new developments in the animation and games industries. Game Bridge will be hosting an after-party event in the Teesside University Hub, for 250 game developers, indie devs, graduates and games students for a night of networking and - of course - gaming.
“Game Bridge, and events like it across the country, are key to helping boost the growth and stability of the UK games industry,” says Olly Bennett, founder and organiser of Game Bridge. “Having Escape Technology and their partners Autodesk support us helps keep our events running, enabling us to maintain a vibrant game development community in our region.”
“Events like these are vital for the continued growth of the games development community and the industry as a whole,” adds Neil Parmar, Accounts Director at Escape Technology. “We enjoy being able to offer our knowledge and advice at Game Bridge; it’s always great to see passionate people coming together to celebrate the fantastic work being produced in the industry.”
The Game Bridge after-party starts at 17:30 on the 24th May 2017