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Tehran Game Convention, a Big Draw for Int’l Players

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Tehran Game Convention, a Big Draw for Int’l Players Tehran Game Convention, a Big Draw for Int’l Players

The second round of the Tehran Game Convention (TGC 2018) came to a close on July 6 after hosting a diverse range of local and mostly foreign prominent speakers, industry players, promoters and enthusiasts, most of whom could not care less about reimposition of US sanctions against Iran.
The run-up to the event, that organizers Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation and Game Connection say was attended by more than 2,500 people, included a series of workshops offered on July 4.
The convention was inaugurated early next day. After a working breakfast and a networking gathering at the main hall of IRIB International Conference Center in northern Tehran, Kate Edwards delivered the first keynote speech.
The geographer, writer and strategist, who currently helms Geogrify—a consulting firm primarily active in the video game industry—had a few basic pieces of advice for Iranian game developers.
 

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