In their recent article about GDC’s cancellation in the wake of COVID-19, The Hollywood Reporter shared the news of IGDA, the International Game Developers Association, and GameDev.World‘s partnership to help game developers around the world impacted by the pandemic.

“With the effect of COVID-19 on conferences and international travel, many companies and developers have not only lost business opportunities and access to valuable talks, but their critical funds invested in travel, booth space, and passes to pursue these opportunities (…) In light of this, the IGDA would like to announce a partnership with GameDev.World to support both affected and all developers worldwide.”

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To read the article in full, visit The Hollywood Reporter. To learn more about IGDA and GameDev.World, check out their official websites and follow @IGDA and @gamedevworld on Twitter.