devcom is an annual conference dedicated to the developers that create video games both large and small. While devcom’s partner event, gamescom, is very much focused on the games themselves, devcom is all about the people who make them.
We’re extremely excited to attend this year’s conference and to learn from such an interesting group of developers. We’re also excited to show off our new Unreal Engine, Unity and Perforce HelixCore integrations. Each integration has been designed from the ground up to make real-time animation and game development simpler, easier and more effective.
Meet the ftrack team @ devcom 2019
We’ll be available for meetings at devcom 2019 from 18-19 August. We’d love to meet up and show you how our Unity, Unreal and Perforce integrations can improve your daily game dev workflow.
If you’d like to schedule a meeting with the ftrack team at devcom 2019, please use the calendar below. If you can’t find a suitable time, please contact us.
devcom is the official gamescom game developer event and Europe’s annual “must attend” conference. In cooperation with its international board of renowned game development experts and studio heads from indie to AAA, devcom creates a diverse conference program that is tailored to the needs of the global games development community, from beginner to top-tier veteran. It also serves as the perfect platform to easily meet and connect with industry and media representatives from all over the world.
Congress Center East
Deutz-Mülheimer Str. 51
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