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Tickets on sale! Get a free Conference ticket with our new, Patreon membership scheme.

Tickets for the European Women in Games Conference, sponsored by Facebook, taking place on the 11th-12th  September at City, University of London are now on sale. There are also a limited number of free tickets available for those subscribing $5 a month to WIGJ’s new Patreon membership scheme.

With the objective to educate, inspire and help stimulate future generations, the inspirational two-day event will comprise of keynote speeches, panel discussions and workshops, a party and 5 sets of awards. There will also be over 50 speakers and panellists from across the games industry that represent the diverse wealth of sectors and the talent within them.

Patreon powers membership businesses for creators. Women in Games WIGJ is creating diversity in video, mobile, online games and esports. See https://www.patreon.com/wigj

Our new Patreon scheme is launched to reflect the success of our network growing massively since its foundation in 2009 to over 10000 globally. To meet the demands on the organisation which is still run by volunteers giving their time freely and willingly, and to continue to help add skills and opportunities to thousands of game developers, we are now reaching out to individual and corporate patrons with a membership scheme where subscribers will receive additional, exclusive information, advice and benefits for as little as $1 a month. As part of the Patreon launch offer, our Patreon members agreeing to subscribe $5 /month can be able to buy a full price, 2 day ticket Eventbrite for £300 for the equivalent of  a year’s subscription of $60 or about £45, using a 100% discount code only available to Patreon subscribers.

For further details about the conference and to buy tickets please visit  https://ewigconf2018.eventbrite.co.uk but sign up to our Patreon membership first.

The event is inclusive and male delegates are very welcome.