Los Angeles, California – JABB Interactive, LLC is to exhibit within GDC Play booth #L121 at this year’s Game Developers Conference at the Moscone Center San Francisco from March 19-21. JABB will be exhibiting in the GDC Play area where they will be showcasing their new iOS game BasketWars World at War, which is likely to launch on the App Store just days prior to the show. BasketWars is an action-packed basketball game based on the famous battles of World War II. With over 60 masterfully designed levels, and 6 insane Bosses, BasketWars is a true test of strength and skill. Play alone or challenge your friends to a battle of epic proportion. Do you have what it takes to win the war? Hoo-rah!
Jeremy Born, founder of JABB, said: I can’t think of a better place to display our new game. Exhibiting at GDC will help us get in front of the world’s top publishers, press, and fellow game developers.
The Game Developers Conference (GDC) is the world’s largest and longest-running professionals-only game industry event. Inspired by the success of the Independent Games Festival Pavilion at GDC, the new initiative will include space in special Pavilions themed around emerging game markets. GDC Play allows exhibitors to display their games to key distributors, publishers, press and investors visiting the conference. GDC Play Pavilions for social & online, smartphone & tablet, and independent games will all be located within a dedicated room and include a networking lounge with seating areas for more in-depth meetings.
GDC 2014, will include more than 400 speakers, attracting more than 23,000 attendees. For further information contact Brandy Born, Director of Marketing and PR.
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