Glitch: a new event to discover games in development in Quebec!

Montreal, August 15, 2023

Studio Lazulite and Écran Partage join forces to create the first edition of GLITCH , in partnership with École NAD-UQAC, School of Digital Arts, Animation and Design in Montreal, Canada.

GLITCH is an event for selected developers to show off their video game in development to members of the industry.

Each of the selected developers has 5 minutes to present the gameplay of his game in front of the audience of the amphitheater.

After the presentations, selected developers and the public will be able to get together and network.

The first GLITCH event will take place on Wednesday, September 20, 2023 at 6 pm at École NAD-UQAC, in the amphitheatre on the 6th floor, at Îlot Balmoral, 1501 Rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC H3A 0H3.

Space is limited. Registration required on Eventbrite.

Studio Lazulite and Écran Partagé committed to providing a safe space for all event participants. We apply a zero-tolerance policy: no form of harassment, discrimination or violence will be tolerated.

The event is sponsored by the following companies: Triple Boris, WB Games Montreal, Ayming, Behaviour Interactive and Xbox.

About Écran Partagé

Écran Partagé is a company that aims to help everyone better understand video games, whether in terms of their content, psychology, marketing, the appropriate age to play them, their monetization or their industry.

Écran Partagé aims to inform its audience mainly via its bilingual website (FR/EN) accessible on EcranPartage.ca, but also via mobile applications or events.

About Studio Lazulite

Studio Lazulite is a transmedia storytelling house that develops an unannounced in-house project and offers English-language storytelling/text services across all sectors. Its goal is to foster an equitable world through storytelling.

About Marc Shakour

Former video game programmer, columnist, teacher, competitor ... Marc has always been very familiar with the world and industry of video games. He decided to help neophytes about it, to discover new universes, worlds and fantastic creatures.

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