Badges for PAX Dev are now on sale and panel submissions are open!

If you are a game developer who interested in conversing and creating with fellow devs in a secure, press-free environment, you might want to consider attending PAX Dev. Badges are now officially on sale:

If you have an idea for a talk that would resonate with the developer community, we’ve also opened panel submissions. These will be accepted on a rolling basis, so it’s encouraged to submit early. The sooner you submit the idea for your talk the better your chances on being accepted. You can enter all your panel session information here:

It’s also worth noting that we slightly changed PAX Dev this year - it will take place on the Tuesday and Wednesday during the week leading up to PAX West. We made this change because there are a lot of people who are going to both events, which is great, but on Thursday they might have competing obligations with finishing Dev and getting ready for West. With the subtle shift back a day, it allows a gap for people to adjust between shows. We think it will help with ability to attend both shows and get sorted.

We very pleased to announce our PAX Dev 2016 Kickoff Session this year is Geoff Zatkin!

Geoff is the Co-Founder of Experiment 7 and EEDAR. His background as a game designer as well as an industry leading data and analytic mastermind will undoubtedly make this one of the most interesting and informative openings we have had for Dev. All of us on the team are super excited and we hope you are too.

PAX Dev 2016 tickets are now on sale and panel suggestions are now open!

What is PAX Dev? It is a game developer event taking place on the two days leading up to PAX West. It’s designed specifically for the dev community and centered around collaboration, education, and elevating the craft of making games. There’s no press – just developers exchanging ideas in a safe and rewarding environment. If you’d like to get an early jump on joining the fun please check it out here 

If you have an idea for a talk that would resonate with the developer community, please go here to submit. The deadline for rolling submissions is June 3rd but it’s a first-come, first-analyzed basis and the more information you can get us about your talk, the better your chance of being selected will be. So after entering your panel in the system if you have any notes that will accompany your talk please e-mail them to us here to better increase your chances.

We have some great stuff to announce coming up to make sure to keep checking back here in order to get all the latest PAX Dev information and we look forward to seeing you at the event!