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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Nordic Game has opened their popular conference speaker program for submissions to Nordic Game 2020 (NG20), 27-29 May at Slagthuset in Malmö, Sweden.

NG20 speaker sessions will be roughly divided into three areas: main program, post-mortems and Fast Track. Choose the focus of the talk you’d like to submit according to the categories below and complete the application form.

Note: The application deadline is 4 March (exception: Fast Track deadline is 27 March ). You can get an idea of the kinds of speakers and talks presented at Nordic Game by downloading the NG19 print program (

Main program

The main speaker sessions at NG20 (45 minutes, including optional Q&A) will consist of talks from industry experts in the following areas: tech, programming, production, art and design.

The pending list for this type of talk is very long and competition for available slots is fierce, so send us the strongest title and talk description possible!

Apply: (deadline 4 March, 2020).


A new addition to the Nordic Game program, post-mortems (45 minutes, including optional Q&A) will focus solely on developed/finished/published titles (all genres and formats).

Guide the NG20 audience through your experiences to help them improve their own creations. Only the most engaging, fact-based talks will be selected.

Apply: (deadline 4 March, 2020).

Fast Track

Fast Track talks offer concise, “to-the-bone” content featuring unique “lessons-learned” and useful advice (25 minutes, including optional Q&A).

Share your insights! We don’t expect you to be an expert speaker; your knowledge and experience are the most important factors. We’ll be happy to provide guidance on how to best to convey your message to the audience (a very friendly crowd) at NG20.

Apply: (deadline 27 March, 2020).

Bonus – Partner submissions

Nordic Game would not be celebrating its seventeenth edition without the tremendous support of our sponsors and partners.

Would you like to support NG20 and contribute your valuable insights to the program? Download the NG20 Opportunities brochure ( and contact Nordic Game DBD Teddy Florea ([email protected]) for some great early partnership opportunities, including participation the conference program (deadline 4 March, 2020).

All submissions will be considered by the NG20 editorial board and applicants contacted as their talks are reviewed. Good luck!

About the Nordic Game conference

Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe (, and 2020 will be its seventeenth year. Gathering over 2,000 games industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

Book NG20 on 27-29 May in Malmö, Sweden in your calendar and register today at

Follow Nordic Game on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr and Instagram.

Press contact:

Jacob Riis, Communications & Program Director, Nordic Game 2020

[email protected]

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