Copenhagen – Denmark – March 17th, 2015 – Unity Technologies has begun the Call for Speakers, and opened up super early-bird registrations, for Unite Europe 2015. The conference will take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands at the Westergasfabriek venue from June 24-25, with a Unity Training Day on June 23. Speaking submissions will be accepted through April 25.
“Set in the beautiful surroundings of Amsterdam, we are incredibly excited to come back to Westergasfabriek, where we hosted Unite in 2012,” said Antony Douglas, Vice President EMEA, Unity Technologies, “With a mixture of developers, publishers, evangelists and hobbyists, Unite Europe will provide the perfect platform for those looking to build awesome content out of the Unity development platform and online services.”
Unite Europe 2015 is this year’s most important regional gathering of developers, publishers, training providers and enthusiasts interested in Unity across Europe —the market leading platform for creating video games, simulations and other interactive 3D and 2D experiences. With over 30 hours of sessions, including hands-on workshops and lecture sessions from Unity’s own developers, the conference is a forum for industry professionals to share and learn insight and practical first hand knowledge for using Unity effectively and efficiently.
Those interested in becoming a speaker at Unite Europe 2015 can now submit their presentation proposals for review. Submissions will be evaluated based on their relevancy and teaching potential with consideration given to new and exciting development techniques and methods. Speakers will receive a free pass to the show and excellent exposure for themselves and their companies. Speaker submissions for Unite Europe 2015 will be open until April 25. Those interested can begin the submission process by visiting http://uniteeurope2015.unityproposals.com/
To learn more about Unite Europe 2015 and purchase tickets to the conference, please visit http://unity3d.com/unite/europe. Super early bird registration discounts of 20% off the ticket price are currently available to the first 250 tickets sold. The super early-bird discount will also end on April 25.
Source: Press Release