Indie Developer Zone

at PoznaƄ Game Arena and Game Industry Conference, 18-20 October 2019

 

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Poland is the 7th most significant market for PC premium indie games globally (according to Steamspy 2017 summary), with better revenue than Russia, China or Brazil. That makes Poznan Game Arena the best place to show your game to the Polish market.
In the 2018 edition of PoznaƄ Game Arena, over 76 000 visitors were playing games of over 220 exhibitors offering more than 1200 gaming stands! 1100 press representatives, influencers, and youtubers were accredited to the events. The event was visited by representants of 640 companies.
The Indie Zone itself consisted of 120 indies which were presenting their games, making it one of the biggest indie shows in Europe. The culture of playing indie games is strong in Poland, and we managed to build awesome indie heaven on the Poznan Game Arena.

 

 

 

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Indie STANDARD

1000 PLN = ~230 EUR [offer valid until 10 Feb]

1600 PLN = ~370 EUR [offer valid until 31 May]

2000 PLN = ~460 EUR

Good offer with suitable space to present game or games on 1-2 stations:

  • 9 square meters booth,
  • standard build and equipment,
  • LCD monitor (optional),
  • press release on expo website (www.gamearena.pl),
  • participation in PGA Awards,
  • 3 exhibitor passes, including open passes to Game Industry Conference,
  • 1 invite to MeetToMatch business meeting system on GIC,
  • access to pitching events with investors, publishers and media,
  • 2 invitations to the PGA party (Saturday),
  • 10 PGA VIP Day Passes to distribute freely,
  • permanent car entry card.

 

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Indie PREMIUM

2900 PLN = ~675 EUR [offer valid until 10 Feb]

3900 PLN = ~910 EUR [offer valid until 31 May]

4900 PLN = ~1140 EUR

Branded stand with suitable space to present game or games on up to 5 stations. Also available for groups or delegations. Offer complete with:

  • 18 square meters booth,
  • standard build and equipment,
  • your graphics printed on the walls of the booth,
  • 3 LCD monitors (if needed),
  • press release on expo website (www.gamearena.pl),
  • participation in PGA Awards,
  • 6 exhibitor passes, including open passes to Game Industry Conference,
  • 1 invite to MeetToMatch business meeting system on GIC,
  • access to pitching events with investors, publishers and media,
  • 2 invitations to a PGA party (Saturday),
  • 10 PGA VIP Day Passes to distribute freely,
  • permanent car entry card.

 

Selected 2014 – 2016 exhibitors:

Anshar Studios Detached
Bandello RagnarokVR
Bloober Layers of Fear
Brightside Games Team Indie
Crazy Rocks Hooligan Fighters
China Indie Game Alliance
Data Realms Planetoid Pioneers
Decemberborn Cathedral
Digital Melody Timberman & Fly O’Clock Arcade
Flauchers Finest J.A.R.G
Game Israel: Capricia Productions The Birdcage
Playgem Mighty Bastard
Windavir Inunav
Fort Triumph Fort Triumph
Funtomic Kizi
Games of Icarus Alliance Muse Games
Georgia Game Developers Association
Hammer Labs Sky Arena
Happy Tuesday Heroes Defense
Huckleberry Studio Edengrad
IFun4all Serial Cleaner
MaschinenMensch Curious Expedition
MGP Sinless
Monster Couch Die for Valhalla!
Paplus Games Ghosts of Memories
Rat King TRI
Robot Gentleman 60 Seconds!
SleeplessClinic Symmetry
Space Boat Out of Reach
Sparrow Games Brickwicca
Steven Colling Orcish Inn
Superhot Team SUPERHOT
Telehorse Steampunker
Threaks Beatbuddy

and many more.

 

 

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Selected comments:

“Visiting the PGA and GIC was an amazing experience. Having both events so close together allowed us to easily jump between interesting talks and our own booth. We had a blast at the conference, especially meeting so many players and other indies.
All organizers and staff were extremely nice and helpful, no matter how ridiculous or spontaneous our problem was. We felt that we were in really good hands, and are very thankful for the enormous hospitality we have experienced.
Hopefully we’ll be able to go next year again!”

Johannes Kristmann & Riad Djemli, indie developers

“The event is a wonderful little indie haven. I met some truly passionate people there and saw some great dev talks and wonderful games. Can’t wait for next year.”

Joshua Knoles, Humble Bundle

“It was better than Gamescom and I told this the guy from TV too. I hope I can be on the next one, because the polish player are so kind and interested in our games.”

Benjamin Scharff, indie developer

“ZTG showed me how the Polish game development community is much bigger and diverse than I had ever hoped. There’s a lot of talent here and ZTG managed to bring an amazing amount of those ambitious and passionate people together to talk about some incredibly important topics that game developers often ignore in the heat of their hard work.”

Vlad Micu, everybody knows Vlad