Gamecamp is BACK.
It’s time to play.
GameCamp is a one-day event for people interested in games, and interesting people in gaming. GameCamp is for the whole gaming community: developers and artists, players and coders, critics, programmers and politicians.
We believe games aren’t just playthings; they’re one of the most important media of our civilization. Games have reach and power as great as those of video, music or the printed word. GameCamp is a forum to talk about this most powerful medium: how we make it, how we use it, how we can make gaming better, and even how we can make things better through gaming.
GameCamp is an unconference, modelled on the BarCamp series of developer events.
GameCamp 2010 will be held at Whittaker House, the headquarters of eBay, PayPal and Gumtree.com in Richmond, London, on Saturday, May 8. (Thanks to the super guys at eBay for hosting us!)
The original GameCamp was in May of 2008. It was a lot of fun and stoked creativity and community in a way that only an unconference can. This time, GameCamp is back and better than ever.
We’ll be releasing details of timing and tickets soon. In the meantime, you could follow GameCamp on Twitter for all the latest info.