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Session Name: 'Reigns: Game of Thrones': A Song of Fire and License
Speaker(s): Nigel Lowrie, Francois Alliot, Jeff Peters
Company Name(s): Devolver Digital, Nerial, HBO
Track / Format: Business & Marketing
Overview: Licensed games have undergone a renaissance over the past few years, evolving from quick cash grabs to become some of the most interesting and talked about releases each year. While licensed games like 'Spider-Man' and 'Star Wars' grab most headlines, this panel will explore the possibilities that smaller studios and indie developers might have in licensed games. Using the development and production of 'Reigns: Game of Thrones' as a case study, the panel will explore the perspectives from the developer Nerial, the publisher Devolver Digital and the licensor HBO.

GDC 2019

Nigel Lowrie

Devolver Digital

Francois Alliot

Nerial

Jeff Peters

HBO

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Business & Marketing