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Brazilian Delegation returns from Successful Campaign at GDC 2019

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    BRAZIL GAMES FORGES LASTING BONDS WITH GLOBAL GAMING COMMUNITY
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    Paulo Luis santos, CEO Flux Games, Stiven Valerio, Creative Director Flux GAME) with GDC PITCH JURY- Marek Ziemak (11 bit Studios), Rebekah Saltsman (Finji) and Mark Hickey (Devolver Digital)

    Brazil Games, a partnership between the Brazilian Game Companies Association, ABRAGAMES, and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency) – attended GDC in San Francisco between March 18 and March 22, with a delegation representing 47 studios and a whopping 50 video games across a variety of platforms and genres.
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    Head of Studio | Software Engineer, Pedro Bechara - Game Designer | Produce, (COFFEENAUTS) Matheus Cantanhede (Programer), André Carbonieri (Artist 3D), Paulo Lafetá (Producer) FlipStar Studios
    Speaking of awards, Brazil Games departed GDC with a slew of nominations and awards under its belt. Relic Hunters Legend (Rogue Snail) and DeMagnete VR (BitCake Studio), won awards as GDC’s Best in Play Finalists. A third game, Areia (GILP Studio), earned a spot in Best in Play’s Honorable Mention category. Trial of Titans (Oktagon Games) and Talaka (Flux Games) both represented Brazil in the GDC Pitch competition, with Talaka winning the grand prize. A consolation for Oktagon Games is that two projects it co-developed, Mila Moment and Covens, both landed on CNET’s list of The 10 coolest mobile games we saw at GDC 2019.
     

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