Reliance Games who are an International developer and publisher of mobile games brings to India an opportunity through Gamehack for for Indie developers and students to compete in a Pan India indie game development competition.
What is Gamehack?
A great way to see the developing and upcoming titles in Mobile gaming. Game Hack is an all inclusive event which will allow developers to pitch for their Indie titles, Learning Sessions from NxtGen and Intel, Panel Discussions to hear from Industry Thought Leaders.
Indies & Students participating can network with attendees, Reliance Games, Intel, NxtGen and others during the networking time.
Prizes to be won
Showcasing your working game at the Indie Pitch on Game Hack event day from 4:30 to 5:30 pm to have a chance of being rewarded the Best Indie Game of the Day. Practice your pitch and get it down to 3 minutes.The Best Indie Game of the Day in each city will win a Cash Reward of Rs. 10,000 and the Runner up Indie Game of the Day will win a Cash Reward of Rs. 5,000.
With the grand prize to be given at the Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects, Bangalore in April 2015 which is 10 Lack Rupees for the Winning Indie Developer and 1 Lakh Rupees for the Winning Student team.
When and Where?
Before the Finals in April at Pocket Gamer Connects, Bangalore, Game Hack will travel to six cities starting from Bangalore and move on to Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, New Delhi & Mumbai to provide a stage to over 200 Indie Studios (1500+ developers) and tech students from 70+ colleges in India.
Event would host many inspirational talks, provide amazing networking, glimpse future technology and participants can showcase their talent in the big indie pitch in April. You can register yourself and check out the venue when it is updated on their website. (Link)
How do I Join?
Any Indie Studio with a working game or a prototype can make one submission, by March 20 (deadline) at the Game Hack website. While students can upload a working game, a game concept or a prototype supported by video renders or concept art.
You can check out the entire FAQ at their official website. (Link)