San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Power of Play is an annual 2-day conference on May 20-21, 2016 dedicated to celebrating the game and interactive media industry.
Hosted by Washington Interactive Network, Power of Play brings together the brightest minds behind games to assemble powerhouse industry speakers as well as numerous networking opportunities at our Business to Business networking and evening reception.
Demo and interact with indie games and virtual reality throughout the day. Watch indie game finalists battle for the title of the 2016 Seattle Independent Game Competition and $2,500.00 sponsored by Intel Corporation, as our industry judges crown the winner that evening!
Visit our Power of Play website for more information on speakers and details!
If you're an indie developer, see below for special pricing.
We are offering indie developers a special rate of $55.00 which covers entry to both days of Power of Play. If you purchase the special indie rate, send an email to email@example.com with "PoP - Indies" in the subject line and provide the following information:
1) Name of your Company or Team
2) How many people are in your Company/Team.
3) URL to your Company, Team or Game Site.
If you are interested in demoing your game at Power of Play, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with "PoP Indie Game Expo" in the subject line and the information above.
Please contact us at email@example.com for more information on sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities for Power of Play 2016.
VOLUNTEERS or PRESS TICKETS
If you're interested in being a volunteer at Power of Play OR if you're a member of the Press, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and add to the subject line "PoP - Volunteer or Press".
What is the refund policy? No refunds after April 15, 2016.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? E-mail email@example.com
When & Where
Washington Interactive Network
The Washington Interactive Network (WIN) is a 501c3 non-profit organization funded by grants, sponsorships, and donations.
WIN began as a program at the State of Washington and later hosted by the EDC of Seattle and King County, and now OneRedmond. Established in 2004, the purpose of WIN is to promote, nurture, and grow the Interactive Media industry in Washington State.
WIN currently runs the REACTOR Initiatives, Diversity in Games Programs, Interactive Media Education Alliance, Power of Play, and the Seattle Independent Game Competition.