2017 South Bay Conference on Gender ---- Call for Video Game Demos!
The South Bay Conference on Gender: Gender & Video Games (GenVidCon) is seeking game demos for our one-day conference on Saturday, April 8th, 2017!
In particular we would love demos of games that celebrate diversity either through the games themselves or their creators.
Everyone is encouraged to apply! We welcome students, amateur developers, professionals in the field, and whomever wants to set up a game and let others try it out.
Proposal due date: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to
What is your race(s) and/or ethnicity(ies)?
What is your gender identity?
What is your sexual orientation?
If applicable, provide co-creator information in the spaces below. If more than 1 co-creator, type information into the "Other?" box.
Demos can include games on any platform, though note that GenVidCon cannot provide game consoles or mobile devices for demo purposes.
In 100 words or less, describe your demo's topic, gameplay, and any other information you think relevant.
Demo Description for Conference Program
In 25 words or less, describe your demo. This will be the description included in the conference program and website.
Do you need a monitor?
We have a limited number of monitors available if you require a larger screen for your demo. If you need a monitor, check yes.
What input will you be using?
If you checked "yes" above, what input do you need? (Please provide your own cables.)
How many outlets will your set-up require?
Information about you! If you have a co-creator, have them fill out their own version of this form to submit their information.
This could include where you work, where you go to school, your major, a student organization, a non-profit you're with, etc.
Where are you or your organization located?
What video game(s) has influenced you the most?
In 250 words or less, provide a description for your bio on our website. Consider listing any previous affiliations, relevant experiences and hobbies, what got you into game development, or your favorite video games.
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