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      A NASSCOM study on gaming and animation market with an Indian perspective has some exciting news. The market size of the global animation industry (from the demand perspective) was estimated at USD 55 billion in 2005. The industry is expected to witness a CAGR of eight percent and is estimated to be USD 75 billion in 2009. With the mission to build a robust community, advance the careers and enhance the lives of game developers, Saltmarch Media, producers of the blockbuster Great Indian Developer Summit (developersummit[dot]com), has announced the first and independent annual India Game Developer Summit to be held 27 February 2010 in Bangalore. To register and for more information visit: gamedevelopersummit[dot]com.

      India Game Developer Summit 2010, through its diverse tracks, focuses on covering industry leading methodologies in game development, design, production, programming, visual arts and writing. If gaming is in your grain, then IGDS is for you. Regardless, we are providing below a list of the job titles that will find a resonance with the IGDS program: Game Developers, Game Programmers, Game Designers, Team Leaders, Studio Heads, Game Producers, Technical Artists, Visual Artists, Rendering Engineers, Game Writers, Sound Directors, Composers, Audio Producers, Game Enthusiasts, Game Business Development Managers and Students/Academia.

      The early bird registration rate for the summit is now open at Rs. 999/- for the full conference pass. This offer is valid only until 26 December 2009, following which the standard price of Rs. 1,999/- comes into effect. You may register securely online using a credit card, debit card or do an online bank transfer: gamedevelopersummit[dot]com/registeronline.

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