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Thank You for Making SIEGE2014



 Join us OCTOBER 8-10 for SIEGE2015


Registration for SIEGE2015 is now open

Videos from SIEGE2014 are being uploaded to Youtube

More information about SIEGE2015 will be posted in the next few months. Here is what we posted for SIEGE2014:

SIEGE2014 is dedicated to the memory of Eugie Foster, an excellent writer and supporter of all creative communities.

SIEGE is very proud to announce that we have two of the most interesting speakers in the industry keynoting this year's Expo. On Friday night, Oct. 3, Zoe Quinn, designer of Depression Quest, speaks on creating game mechanics out of real-world systems. On Saturday, Oct. 4, Whyville creator Dr. James Bower will look into what traditional entertainment games can learn from educational games.

Join us at the 8th annual Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (SIEGE) hosted by the Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA). Scheduled for Oct. 2 - 5, 2014 at the Atlanta Marriott NW - Atlanta, GA, SIEGE focuses on the fast-growing video game industry in the southeast. This year's SIEGE includes a College Fair, Games for Health Day, and Investment Conference, as well as the main SIEGE conference.


As the South's leading gaming and interactive conference, SIEGE brings together professionals, academics, executives, government officials and more from across the region to celebrate the world of gaming. SIEGE's speakers include leading figures from a wide spectrum of the industry, including artists, programmers, designers, writers, teachers and business executives. Special events include keynote speeches, dynamic panels, a mini-incubator, parties, networking events, and a student fair for high school students and others looking for colleges.  Highlights include:


For more information, please contact: [email protected]


IGDA Leadership Track

This year's second annual IGDA Leadership track is the perfect addition to our growing conference. The International Game Developer Association leadership forums and summits have been some of the most valuable events in the game industry, and the IGDA Leadership Track at SIEGE is the first of these events in the southern US.


Last year featured leadership track keynote speaker Mike Acton, technical director at Insomniac Games; Keith Fuller of Fuller Game Productions; Daniel Greenberg, chairman of the IGDA's Anti-Censorship and Social Issues committee; PR expert Sue Bohle; Greg Meador, general manager of inMotion Software in Austin; Jamison Selby from Monkey King Games; and others for this in-depth look on all aspects of leadership.