A panel will speak on what it is like to work in the games industry.

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Tim Chapman, Dan Purcell, Carlton Gaunt and Charlotte Richardson, representing programming, art and design respectively will speak about what its really like to work on video games within each of those disciplines, and then open the floor to a more freeform questions and answers session.

About the speakers

Dan Purcell

Carlton Gaunt

Tim Chapman is technical director at Electric Square a fast-growing games company based Brighton UK, Singapore, and Malta.

Charlotte Richardson, BCS Sussex branch Committee member, an organiser of HackSussex, and an experienced gamer.

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Hybrid event: Working in the Games Industry - Sussex branch
Date and time
Wednesday 17 April, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
University of Sussex
Chichester Lecture Theatre
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