Game Developers Conference

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The Game Developers Conference, or GDC, is an annual meeting of video game designers and other professionals in the gaming industry with the purpose of exchanging information and ideas on developing new computer and video games. It is one of the largest gatherings of professionals from the industry with representatives from many major companies. It is held every year in San Francisco, California, and its attendance is usually somewhere around 16,000 persons. The 2010 Game Developer's Conference was March 9–13 at Moscone Center in San Francisco.[1]


  1. - Game Developer's Conference Official website