SweClockers Live! tonight 18:00 – Seat evening with Swedish game developers

Join SweClockers for an entire evening in the footsteps of Swedish game development! SweClockers Live! sponsored once again by Netonnet who help us enable the event. The broadcast is hosted by Swedish game developers, Nvidia and Inet. As usual, the editors will also organize a panel discussion with the theme of games and hardware.

New for this year is that we also organize a fundraiser for the benefit of the Childhood Cancer Foundation. You can already contribute on our fundraising page. They also take the opportunity to visit the broadcast to tell more about their Stream of Hope event. See you tonight!

Tonight’s schedule: (Approximate times)

18:00 – 18:30
Presentation of Netonnet’s participation and competitions
Nathalie Hillerström from the Childhood Cancer Foundation
Guests from the community
Inet presents the winners of the background competition

18:30 – 19:00
Fredrik Selldén from Dimfrost Studio talks about Bramble
Panel discussion: This year’s and next year’s game launches

19:00 – 19:30
Guests from the community
Inet is talking about Black Friday
Dennis Gustafsson from Tuxedo Labs talks about Teardown

19:30 – 20:00
Panel discussion: This year’s and next year’s hardware launches
Winners of one of Netonnet’s competitions are presented

20:00 – 20:30
Phil Scott from Nvidia talks about their collaboration with game developers
Inet presents a taste of Black Friday

20:30 – 21:00
Oleksandr Koshlo from Massive talks about Snowdrop
Winners of Netonnet’s second competition are announced

21:00 –
After-talk and panel discussion with guests

Contribute to the Childhood Cancer Foundation by Swisha:

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SweClockers Live! presented by Netonnet

Date: Wednesday, November 17
Time: At 18:00
Length: Just over three hours
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