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Public Voting to Select Indie Game Challenge Gamer’s Choice Award Now Underway

Contest this year has international focus with seven out of 12 finalist composed of non-US teams

DALLAS CALABASAS, Calif. Feb. 1, 2011 GME Southern Methodist University $350,000 www.indiegamechallenge.com midnight CT Feb. 10

The competition has a truly global perspective as a result of the IGC expanding this year’s submissions to include international developers.  Half of the finalist teams reside outside the US:

  • Limbo’s Denmark
  • Spirit’s Germany
  • Fortix 2 Hungary
  • Confetti Carnival Israel
  • Hazard: The Journey of Life Alexander Bruce Australia
  • Q.U.B.E. England
  • Symon Singapore

Also of interest is the breadth of academic influence presented among the non-professional category finalists:

  • DigiPen Institute of Technology Solace Subsonic
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology Symon
  • Southern Methodist University Inertia

Los Angeles Adam Sessler

$10,000 Feb. 11 Las Vegas

$350,000 $100,000 SMU

www.indiegamechallenge.com

About the Indie Game Challenge

$350,000 SMU www.indiegamechallenge.com www.interactive.org www.gamestop.com http://guildhall.smu.edu

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Ron Jenkins

The Guildhall at SMU

972.473.3546

www.guildhall.smu.edu

Debby Chen

Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences

[email protected]

818-876-0826 ext. 206

Wendy Dominguez

GameStop Corp.

(817) 722-7747

[email protected]

SOURCE Indie Game Challenge

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