Do you make shit-hot indie games? You could get them shown to thousands of gamers at EGX 2017

By Matt Martin, Monday, 3 July 2017 10:55 GMT

Leftfield Collection opens submissions for indie devs.

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Do you make amazing indie games? If so, there’s a chance you can get them featured as part of the Leftfield Collection at EGX 2017.

Every year the Leftfield Collection, with the help of Sega, highlights some of the most creative, weird, unconventional and funky games being made by indie developers, showing them off to tens of thousands of enthusiastic gamers.

There’s no charge to exhibit your games but space is limited and you’ll need to start the entry process sooner rather than later. Get on it, here. You have until July 28.

This year EGX turns 10. It’s going to be wild. It takes place September 21-24 and you can buy tickets here.

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