In NYC? Join us for a discussion with top game journalists
Co-hosted with Playcrafting on Dec. 2 
 
How can you successfully pitch your game to the press? Get some tips and takeaways at this panel on Tuesday evening, December 2, at Microsoft's offices in New York City. Join us for a thoughtful conversation on the state of game journalism and how to capture press attention with four of the top journalists in the industry. RSVP here!

Brian Crecente / Founding Editor, Polygon


Brian Crecente is a founding editor and the news editor for Polygon. He also writes Good Game, a weekly internationally syndicated column. The former editor in chief of Kotaku, Brian was educated at the University of Maryland, College Park. He covered crime and public safety for newspapers in Texas, Florida, and Colorado for 12 years before starting his career as a video game journalist.

Evan Narcisse / Reporter, Kotaku


Evan Narcisse is a reporter for Gawker Media, where he writes about video games and pop culture for Kotaku. Prior to his work at Kotaku, Evan wrote about video games, comic books, and pop culture for Essence, AOL, the Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, and Crispy Gamer.

Chelsea Stark / Games Reporter, Mashable


Chelsea Stark is Mashable's games reporter, covering everything from AAA titles, indie gems, and all the culture in between. Originally hailing from Austin, Chelsea moved to New York four years ago to pursue her master's in journalism from NYU and ended up at Mashable along the way. She wears many hats at Mashable, penning reviews, news, features, and creating videos.

Jamin Warren / Co-Founder, Kill Screen


Jamin Warren founded video game arts and culture company Kill Screen. Formerly a culture reporter for the Wall Street Journal, he serves as an advisor to MoMA's Department of Architecture and Design. Jamin also hosts Game/Show for PBS. His thoughts on games and digital culture have been featured in NPR, the New Yorker, New York Times, Paris Review, and others. He’s also spoken at SXSW, the NY Film Festival, and XOXO.
Don't forget! Deadline for Festival submissions is Dec. 15

We're now accepting submissions to the 2015 Games for Change Festival (April 21-23 & 25). A limited number of games, talks, and pitches will be selected and receive complimentary Festival passes. Make your submissions at the above link and let us know if you have any questions at festival@gamesforchange.org.
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