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Unite Melbourne Returns for International Games Week 2016

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The 2016 International Games Week is returning to Melbourne, Australia, this year, and it has a big task: to unite the gaming community. As part of the week, the Unite Melbourne convention will bring together like-minded gamers from all over the world, to share advice and get to know each other better.

Unite Melbourne returns for International Games Week 2016.

This year’s International Games Week (IGW) will be held at Federation Square from 8 – 11 October 2016 and will celebrate the achievements of gamers from diverse cultures. The IGW is the world’s largest celebration of gamers and games, with over 100 million people worldwide expected to attend.

For the third year in a row, Unity Technologies will host Melbourne Unite 2016, which will take place during this year’s Melbourne International Games Week (MIGW).

The industry event starts off the week-long MIGW schedule, with Unity announcing that applications for its Speakers are needed. are now available.

The Melbourne International Games Week continues through November 6th, featuring PAX Australia on the 4th, 5th, and 6th.

Unite Melbourne 2016

On Monday, October 31st, Unite Melbourne 2016 will take place at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) in Melbourne.

General admission tickets are now available for purchase on their website.

Submissions for Unite Melbourne 2016 workshops, panels, and speeches are now open and will be accepted until Monday, September 26th. Early bird registration discounts of 15% are now available for tickets.

In 2016, as part of Melbourne International Games Week, Unite Melbourne will return for its third year!

Unite Melbourne 2016 is Unity’s third annual event in Australia, as part of a worldwide series of conferences that includes stops in Asia, Europe, and the United States.

It brings together developers from all over the world in a creative and dynamic atmosphere to learn, network, and party. Hands-on workshops and lecture sessions from Unity’s own experts, as well as local and foreign professionals sharing their insights and best practices, will be included at the event.

Call for Speakers

Unity is currently accepting applications from speakers who want to share their knowledge, skills, and vision in order to inspire and educate other Unity developers, both new and experienced.

Unity is seeking for developer contributions in categories like as programming, art, business, and analytics.

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Those interested in speaking may register for the Call for Speakers and submit their ideas for consideration. Submissions will be judged on their educational value and relevance, with special attention paid to new and innovative development approaches, experiences, methods, and case studies.

Speakers will get a complimentary ticket to the event as well as great publicity for themselves and their businesses.

Learn more about the event by visiting the Unite Melbourne 2016 website, and stay up with the latest news by following the Unity3D Twitter feed and Facebook page.

Early bird registration discounts are now available on Eventbrite, and tickets may be purchased here.

Unity Technologies is a company that creates video games.

Unity Technologies is the developer of an end-to-end development platform that allows users to build rich interactive 2D, 3D, VR, and AR experiences.

Unity’s strong graphics engine and full-featured editor provide the basis for creating attractive games and applications that can be quickly ported to a variety of platforms, including mobile devices, home entertainment systems, personal computers, and embedded systems.

Unity also provides the Unity Asset Store, Unity Cloud Build, Unity Analytics, Unity Ads, Unity Everyplay, and Unity Certification for developing games, increasing productivity, and engaging with audiences.

Over 5.5 million registered creators, including major publishers, small companies, students, and hobbyists, use Unity Technologies across the world. Visit http://unity3d.com for additional details.

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