Poznań, Poland

Poznań International Fair, Głogowska 14

October 21-23, 2016

1200 seats

in six streams

Side events!

Pitch&Match, Career Zone, parties…

GIC 2015:

126 speakers

from Poland and the world

110 talks

panels and workshops

2940 participants

from 23 countries

Indie Developer Zone

Do you want to exhibit your game in one of the biggest european game expos? If the answer is “yes”, please check out the details of our offer for booths in Indie Developer Zone of PGA and GIC.
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Call for Speakers

Call for Speakers is open now. We’re looking for interesting talks with valuable points for the upcoming conference. If you think that you are able to meet these conditions, check out the details.
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EGC Alliance Pavilion at gamescom 2016


EGCA is an initiative of the best industry conferences in Europe: Quo Vadis, Reboot, Gamelab Barcelona, Nordic Game and GIC.

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Featured speakers

Roman Mardo

Roman Mardo

Google Business Development Manager CEE & Russia
Matt Komorowski

Matt Komorowski

Managing director at PayPal CEE


you can be one of them!



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Poznan Game Arena - the game expo

There are two events in the same place

Game Industry Conference is collocated with Poznan Game Arena, one of the biggest game expos in the Europe and biggest in this part of it. Over 66 000 visitors come to see the games and try the gaming hardware of more than 130 expositors. Numerous interesting activities are possible:

  • Presentations of latest games and best hardware
  • Gaming tournaments for professional gamers and amateurs
  • Retro Games zone
  • Huge number of free play stands to enjoy presented games

GIC place and time

Games Industry Conference takes place in the area of Poznan International Fair next to Poznan Game Arena expo. GIC will take place in pavilon 14, in its 2 aulas, 4 conference rooms and its other areas, while PGA will be held in 100m walk distance in pavilons 7, 7a, 8, 8a, 15, 6 and 6a. (more)

In 2016, GIC will take place on:
Friday, October 21st – Sunday, October 23rd
Have any questions? Contact us: contact@gic.gd


Poznań is quite easily reachable from all around the Europe.
Poznań is the eastern neighbour of Berlin. There are multiple trains and bus lines that take 3h to travel and offer prices starting from 10Euro.
There are regular direct flights from following cities:
Star Aliance Airlines: Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Warsaw–Chopin
Scandinavian Airlines: Copenhagen
Ryanair: Bristol, Dublin, Girona, Liverpool, London–Stansted, Moss/Rygge, Rome–Ciampino
Wizz Air: Paris-Beauvais, Bergamo, Doncaster/Sheffield, London–Luton, Sandefjord, Stockholm–Skavsta

For more detailed information, see our travel guide.