Speaker and Roundtable Submission Form Now Live

Vector is a game conference held at Eastern Kentucky University on April 24-25, 2020 in collaboration with the EKU Gaming Institute and RunJumpDev. Vector is a celebration of local developers, a well as a chance to network with leaders and peers in the field of game design and development.

Vector features networking, talks from industry leaders, workshops and round table discussions.

For this upcoming event we are issuing a call for two types of talks: round table discussions and presentation talks. Round table discussions are informal, where the person submitting wants to lead a discussion about the submitted talk either with a selected panel or with attendees. Talks are more formal presentations. We will look over the submitted talks and make a decision in the coming year depending on submissions and interest.

Important Dates:
March 2 – Deadline to Apply
March 18 – Notification Deadline
April 24-25 – Event
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Roundtable and Talk Submission Form Live

Are you interested in speaking at Vector 2019? Have a talk that you’ve always wanted to give, want to test your talk before a small and companionable audience? Have a project you want to give a postmortem on? We’ve had a history of great talks from a variety of talented speakers, on subjects from IP Law to creating a constructed language for Far Cry Origins. We are incredibly open to suggestions and would love to hear what talks you’d like to give at this years event.

Our event is divided into two days — April 26 (Friday) is student and workshop oriented. On days like this we’ve had talks on Construct 2, long form workshops on VR development and Unity and many, many more. April 27 (Saturday) is our professional day and is where we’ve had talks on more advanced Unity subjects, business development and more. If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to us through the contact form on the site or through social media, we’re always happy to help.

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