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Questions We Hope You Don’t Ask: How To Vet A Publisher

In today’s industry, publishers chase developers. This means that when a game pops up for the first time, publishers come calling after projects that look promising. For developers, this is incredibly exciting. But for newer devs it can also be foreign territory they have to navigate with little guidance. This talk is designed to empower developers to ask the right questions to find good publishing partners.

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Room 203 (Thurs)
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Tucker Dean
In today\'s industry, publishers chase developers. This means that when a game pops up for the first time, publishers come calling after projects that look promising. For developers, this is incredibly exciting. But for newer devs it can also be foreign territory they have to navigate with little guidance. This talk is designed to empower developers to ask the right questions to find good publishing partners.

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