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Game Development World Championship finalists announced! 10 days to the Award Show

Join the Game Developer World Championship on-site in Tallinn, Estonia, or tune in online

Espoo, Finland – April 12th, 2023 – Game Development World Championship (GDWC) is excited to announce its finalists for all of its categories in GDWC 2022 and invites game enthusiasts to join on-site or online.

The GDWC 2022 Awards will take place online via YouTube Live Stream and in person on April 22nd in Tallinn, Estonia. The on-site tickets are limited, make sure to book your

ticket via Eventbrite and witness the best in game development on a global scale.

“After a monumental year for the Game Development World Championship, we’re thrilled to celebrate the thousands of developers who participated in GDWC 2022. From surprise indie hits to fan favorite games of all sizes, it’s with great excitement that we invite you to join our awards either online or in-person!“ – Olli Mäntylä, Director of GDWC.

The Award Show will be celebrating the following categories: Studio, Indie, Hobby, Mobile, Game Jam, Student, Brainwave Award, Houdini Award and the Xsolla Award. GDWC 2022 Awards feature both Fan Choice and Jury Choice categories. Partnering with industry veterans as judges, all the Jury Choice finalists can be found here in the GDWC 2022 Awards section via https://thegdwc.com/awards/

Join the GDWC 2022 Awards to celebrate the thousands of amazing developers who participate in the Game Development World Championship.

Book your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-game-development-world-championship-2022-tickets-566168875347

Watch GDWC live here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aly12ngSTKM

About GDWC
GDWC stands for the Game Development World Championship, which is an annual global online competition for game developers of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds. You’re welcome to submit your game whether you’re a professional developer, a hobbyist, a student, or just interested in game development in general.

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