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Posted by: Tracy Schmeltzer - 09/01/10 @ 11:27AM

Since its inception in 2006, the Carolina Games Summit has been the premiere gathering spot for the North Carolina video game community. Over 1,200 people attend each year. The 2010 Summit featured 13 speakers and 9 sessions. The 2011 Carolina Games Summit takes place February 5th at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, NC.

In preparation for the 2011 Summit, we are inviting you to submit a proposal for conducting a session. Presenting a session at the Carolina Games Summit provides you with rewarding exposure both professionally and personally. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and practices with some of the brightest lights in future game design and some of the biggest fans of video games.
We look forward to your participation at the 2011 Carolina Games Summit!

Michael Everett & Tracy Schmeltzer
Executive Production Team
Carolina Games Summit

Session Proposal

Our proposal process is informal and easy—just a web form! Just send the following information via email. Your proposal should include a one- or two-paragraph description of the topic you want to cover and a brief outline of key points. If you haven't presented at the Carolina Games Summit in the past, we also need your biographical information. Sessions are normally 45 minutes in length.

The unifying aspect of the Carolina Games Summit is that it is dedicated to informing the public that simulation and game design is a viable career choice for today’s youth.


Conference speakers receive entry to the event, access to our catered hospitality room, and a free booth for your company. Speakers are responsible for their own travel expenses.

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