Digital Dragons is the biggest B2B event in the region accompanied by acclaimed industry conference. Every year 90 speakers participate in over 70 talks and panel discussions in 5 simultaneous track room on topics such as art, programing, business, game design and many more. This year the organizers plan to add an additional room dedicated to workshops with distribution platforms.

Top players of the Polish game industry are always present at Digital Dragons. CEOs, Members of the Board, Creative Directors of most recognized companies including CD Projekt Red, Techland, 11bit studios, CI Games appear on stage during the event.

Year by year the Krakow-based conference offers its attendees a more expansive programme, larger numbers of globally recognized speakers, a bigger showcase for the independent developers, and more uniquely designed networking space at the very summit of creativity and business. You can find all past talks on our You Tube channel, this will give you a broader idea of the conference.

In the coming months, frequent updates to the programme and further announcements are to be expected.

Apart from the industry conference Digital Dragons consist of an Expo Area and a business meeting area where attendees can schedule one on one meeting thanks to a matchmaking application. Digital Dragons in an opportunity to expand your business contacts, gain media attention and find potential publishers, funding and employees.

Digital Dragons Indie Showcase with over 60 project competing for the title of the Best Indie Game. It as an unique opportunity for gaming startups and independent creators to present games to a selected audience of industry peers, veterans, and experts, and to win prestigious awards.

Digital Dragons Awards Gala is when the best Polish Productions of the past year are being recognized in categories such as Best Game Design, Best Game Art, Best Polish Mobile Game. Best Foreign Game of the year is also selected by the forum of Polish game developers. The winners receive a statuette in the shape of a dragon egg.

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