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October 10, 2023

Nissie Arcega

What You Can Do To #LevelUp at IGDX 2023

October 10, 2023 | Nissie Arcega

Indonesia’s premier annual game developer-focused event is back this October bigger than before. With the interest of accelerating the growth of the country’s game development ecosystem, the event raises the bar by bringing in brand new activities and programs for attendees. Check out what’s in store for attendees at the Indonesia Game Developer Exchange (IGDX) this week, Oct 11-13!

1. Play demos of Indonesian indie games

To showcase the powerhouse that is the Indonesian game development industry, IGDX has invited 40+ studios to participate and exhibit their upcoming games at the conference. Head to their booths to get early looks at their exciting projects!

IGDX 2023: Participating game studios

You can also get their demos, wishlist their new games, and catch some discounts at the official IGDX Steam Sale.

2. Learn with Insights from Global and Local Professionals

The event’s last day is dedicated to the IGDX Conference, featuring four panels covering topics of product validation, the secrets behind a good team culture, the future of the Indonesian industry, and highlights of why publishers love games from Indonesia. Plus, catch some veterans and key players share their expertise on the topics, including David Martinez (Raw Fury), Riris Marpaung (GameChanger Studio), Eka Pramudita Muharram (Mojiken Studio), Iain Garner (Neon Doctrine), and Sameer Pandit (Soft Source Studio).

Check out the full schedule and speaker lineup here.

3. Workshops

If you’re more inclined to learn hands-on, try out the various workshops from Google, Xbox, Steam, and Epic Games. This is recommended for those who want to learn more about how the different platforms can help support game releases and sales.

4. Career Fair

Are you looking for internships or great new opportunities? IGDX has created a job opening aggregator on their website in conjunction with the conference. Check out what’s out there in the vast open sea of game development!

Take a peek at the IGDX Career Fair page.


Nissie Arcega

Nissie is a writer, game producer, and part-time witch from Quezon City. In her spare time, she makes ceramics, plays the bass badly, and clicks heads on FPS games. Her entire game career is motivated by the hope of recapturing the feeling of playing Harvest Moon on the Gameboy Advance.

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