2009 Game Developers Conference(R) China Stands as First and Only Approved Game Development Event in China by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China (MOC)

MOC Issues Official Notification to Regulate Event Activities Associated with the Animation, Comics, and Games Industries in China

SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With rapid development of the Chinese animation, comics, and game exhibition industry offerings (herein referred to as A.C.G.), the Ministry of Culture of the P.R. of China (MOC) has installed a new event approval process to ensure healthy growth of these industries in China. Moving forward, foreign and international A.C.G. exhibitions and trading activities must receive approval from provincial culture administration authorities, and finally, the Ministry of Culture itself. The 2009 Game Developers Conference China (GDC China) is the first game developer event to secure official MOC endorsement for its 2nd conference dedicated to the art, science and business of making games. GDC China, presented by Think Services, a Division of United Business Media, returns to the Shanghai Convention Center, October 11-13 of this year.

With the accelerated growth of the animation, comic and game industries, China has also experienced an over proliferation of events serving these industries as well as industry events that have become too big, wasteful, and unfocused. Some of these events support illegal invitations to foreign groups as well as illegal displays of content. The goal of the MOC is to provide better regulations for these growing fields, and to ensure that business continues through robust event and professional networking activity, but under correct and ethical direction.

"The GDC is proud to be the only game industry event officially endorsed by the Ministry of Culture," said GDC China event director Meggan Scavio. "It is no surprise given the global reputation the GDC has built over 20+ years of presenting quality content and serving the game development community that the MOC recognizes us as the official developer event in China. Our collaboration seeks to champion the best interests of the Chinese development community and its future growth."

For more information on the 2009 GDC China conference and please visit www.gdcchina.com.

About the Think Services Game Group

A core provider of essential information to the professional game industry, the Think Services Game Group offers market-defining content, and drives community through its award winning lineup of print, online, event and research products and services. These include Game Developer Magazine, Game Developer Research, the Webby Award-winning Gamasutra.com, GameCareerGuide.com, WorldsInMotion.biz, GameSetWatch.com, GamesOnDeck.com, SeriousGamesSource.com, the Game Developers Conference(R), the Game Developers Conference(R) Austin, the Game Developers Conference(R) Europe, the Game Developers Conference(R) China, GDC Mobile, the Game Career Seminars, the Independent Games Festival and Summit, and the Game Developers Choice Awards. To learn more, visit www.tsgamegroup.com

About Think Services, a division of United Business Media

Think Services connects specialized communities worldwide using educational events, consulting, training, certification, membership, and innovative media. Providing comprehensive opportunities for people to learn from, network with, and inspire each other, Think Services builds strong brands and works within communities to foster a unique affinity with its products and services. The division's flagship products include the Game Developers Conference, the Webby Award-winning Gamasutra.com, Game Developer magazine, the International Customer Management Institute (ICMI), and HDI. Think Services is a subsidiary of United Business Media, a global media and marketing services company with a market capitalization of more than $1.6 billion. To learn more, visit www.think-services.com.

    Contact:          Audrey Shen
                      Think Services, a division of United Business Media
                      ashen@ubmtechnology.com.cn
                      (86-21) 62787488-8701

                      Sibel Sunar
                      fortyseven communications
                      sibel@fortyseven.com
                      323-658-1200

Web site: http://www.tsgamegroup.com/
http://www.gdcchina.com/




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