Games Convention Asia (GCA)
GC Asia Conference (GCAC)
September 18-20, 2008

BRIGHTON, England and SINGAPORE – August 27, 2008 – has been confirmed as the international media partner for this year’s Games Convention Asia (GCA), and Games Convention Asia Conference (GCAC). GCA and the Games Convention Asia Conference (GCAC) take place September 18-20, 2008, at the Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre Singapore.

As the official international media partner, the world’s leading online trade news publication for interactive entertainment, will provide 360 degree coverage of GC Asia 2008. The team will provide its readers with interviews with the speakers and exhibitors, and provide the latest news on the show. Additionally, the Network will partner with the event to welcome GC Asia Conference attendees into its games industry, business-only networking community.

“The Asia-Pacific region is on the minds of a lot of people in the industry right now, and it’s going to be particularly exciting to see how the business there will evolve,” said Phil Elliott, editor of “Games Convention Asia is a great event where you can watch that transition firsthand, and get to know the people at the forefront of it.”

“ is a truly international player and its readers are interested in the global games industry,” said Jorg Zeissig, Managing Director, LMI Asia. “By partnering with them, and introducing our audience to the Network, we will be able to share the opportunities we’re seeing in the Asia-Pacific region with the rest of the world.”

About Games Convention Asia/GC Asia Conference

Games Convention Asia (GCA) is the “Digital Media Gateway of Asia.” Described as the only event in the Asia-Pacific region enabling the interactive entertainment and digital media industries to network and interact with publishers, developers, distributors and corporate clients while showcasing their latest products and services to the public, GCA serves as the platform for Asian publishers, developers and distributors to present their work on an international level. The Games Convention Asia Conference (GCAC) acts as an entryway for companies seeking to enter the Asian interactive entertainment market. GC Asia and GC Asia Conference on the internet: