Quo Vadis –
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Games Business & Development Conference

Held annually since 2003, the Quo Vadis is Europe’s longest-standing game developers’ conference. In 2007 the event moved to Berlin, and was attended by more than 2,500 visitors in 2014. Quo Vadis has firmly established itself as Germany’s biggest conference for all games industry-related themes and is one of the industry’s top three conventions in Europe. Featuring a broad range of panel discussions, presentations and workshops, the developer-focused conference provides an insight into industry trends and is the centerpiece of the concurrently held INTERNATIONAL GAMES WEEK BERLIN. Quo Vadis is organized by Aruba Events.

New Feature: Pitch & Match
To make the most of your Quo Vadis visit, meeting the right people is essential. The new Pitch & Match feature is here to help you with that: An online meeting manager contains profiles of all Pitch & Match participants. You can invite the people you would like to meet through the system and let the meeting manager match you to other potential business partners and take care of your event schedule and meeting spaces. To help getting your invitations accepted, a personal matchmaker will pursue your requests; during the event your personal matchmaker is at your disposal for additional on-site matchmaking and organization. Meetings will be held at a separate location at the venue that is only accessible for participants of Pitch & Match.

Date:
April 21-23
Venue I:
Kino International
Karl-Marx-Allee 33, 10178 Berlin
Venue II:
Café Moskau
Karl-Marx-Allee 34, 10178 Berlin
Website:
www.qvconf.com

Games Week Berlin and Quo Vadis Center

The Games Week Berlin and Quo Vadis Center at Kino International is the main hub for all visitors of the events of International Games Week Berlin. Speakers, attendants and journalists get their tickets here, find information on the schedule, events and locations, and a place to mingle with exhibitors such as Amazon Appstore and hitbox. It is home of the Opening Summit, the Quo Vadis keynotes and the opening party of Gamefest at the Computerspielemuseum.