San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
September San Francisco Game Developer's Workshop
The Yetis are back! We know you are a little tired from all the conferences from this month - like PAX Seattle, Tokyo Game Show, LOGIN conference, but we also know you missed us! So come by and join us for a wonderful evening of networking and share what you learn from the conferences!
The San Francisco Game Developer’s Workshop is back again and ready to provide you more networking opportunities! On Tuesday, September 25th, we will be having our mixer party at our amazingly gorgeous YetiZen Innovation Lab. Come try out one of the best tea lounges in the city, dance to thumpy music, and have some FREE DRINKS on us! Best of all... Admission to the party is FREE!
Hurry and reserve your ticket now before it’s sold out!
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YetiZen is a strategic keystone in the game industry. We host the largest Bay Area community of game companies through our San Francisco Game Developer's Workshops. 7000 unique developers go through our workshop and mixer events every year. Our workshops boast some of the biggest names in the game space like rockstar VCs such as Tim Chang!
We select the brightest smartest entrepreneurs we meet who are focusing on building large exitable businesses into our YetiZen games accelerator program. The YetiZen games accelerator program is the only start up accelerator program focused on accelerating and funding mobile/social, and emerging platform game companies. Involved with the accelerator program are 150 advisors, 9 VCs, and 300 angels investors.