Call for Proposals!

Let’s Play PA is a premier game development and networking event for Pennsylvania. Our second year is guaranteed to build from the first. This event will be a prime destination to meet with individuals and organizations that develop games, innovate in their fields, and are eager to share. Each year we intend to grow in enthusiasm, networking, and professional growth opportunities for the state of Pennsylvania. Let’s Play PA aims to connect, learn, and create around the game development field. We could use your help by sharing what you’re passionate about, what you’ve learned, or what you see in the coming years.

The deadline for final submissions has passed. We will notify accepted proposals by January 15th and we will have an updated schedule of talks shortly after that. A big THANK YOU to everyone who submitted!

Session Proposal Formats

Full Presentations
Curators: TBA
45 – 60 Minute Slot
Submissions Closed
500 Words Max
Full presentations are individual 60 minute presentations. These should generally include an interactive presentation that captivates the audience and allows ample time (approx 10 – 15 mins) for audience questions. Full presentations may also include panel discussions. Provide a detailed outline of your presentation goals and intentions within your submission. Please let us know if you have any special requests for your presentation beyond a projector and a screen.
Prime Time Presentations
Curators:TBA
15 Minute Slots
Submissions Closed
250 Words Max
Prime Time Presentations are individual 15 minutes presentations that will occur during the lunch break. These should generally include an interactive presentation that captivates the audience with light hearted humor. Presentations may also include interviews. Provide a detailed outline of your presentation goals and intentions within your submission. Please let us know if you have any special requests for your presentation beyond a projector and a screen.
UnConference
Curators:TBA
45 Minute Slot
Submissions Closed
By definition, an UnConference is a loosely structured conference emphasizing the informal exchange of information and ideas between participants, rather than following a conventionally structured program of events. We intend on having two sessions back to back to allow for exploration. Please provide some topics for the UnConference. This will help group our two UnConference sessions.
Developer Sessions
Curators:TBA
45 Minute Slot
Submissions Closed
400 Words Max
Developer sessions provide the audience with explanations and demonstrations of the latest tools and products within the development world. The presenter will have the ability to inform the audience about their business, including roles and responsibilities, as well as highlights and vision. This presentation gives development companies an opportunity to showcase their company’s attributes and intrigue potential collaborators, employees, and funders.