The fourth season of the Nordic Game Discovery Contest moves two steps closer to conclusion with online qualifier winners in Australia and Spain announced.
At Melbourne International Games Week, local developer DragonBear Studio and their game Innchanted left the jury spellbound. They’re now ready to represent Australia at the NGDC Grand Finals this November.
Check out the Innchanted video:
Almost on the same day last week, the online NGDC qualifier at Guerrilla Games Festival was held in Madrid, with Spanish studio Open House Games ultimately convincing the judges that their game A Tale of Paper deserved to be discovered most.
Check out the A Tale of Paper trailer:
The two victors from Melbourne and Madrid are now ready to join the NGDC Grand Finals online during NG20+ this 25-27 November.
Last chance to compete this season!
The roster of NGDC Season IV finalists will soon be complete, as this season’s last partner event qualifier takes place during Dev.Play’s digital conference in Romania and with the remaining seats to be selected from NGDC wild card submissions.
Interested in becoming an NGDC partner or sponsor? Contact Nordic Game BD director Teddy Florea here to learn about great opportunities still available with the fourth season tour.
About the Nordic Game Discovery Contest
Building on fourteen years of organising successful games industry activities, including the annual Nordic Game conference, regional funding programs, overseas networking events and other developer support initiatives, Nordic Game launched the Nordic Game Discovery Contest (NGDC) in 2016 – an exciting, competitive challenge where selected game projects are showcased live in pitch competitions at partner events across Europe and around the globe.
Learn more and follow all the NGDC Season IV qualifiers at discovery-contest.nordicgame.com.