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When: Thursday, September 12 - 16:30-19:30
Where: Bio Asta, The Film House, Gothersgade 55, Copenhagen K

What makes a good games studio?
Obviously the games, but we've talked plenty about them. Let's talk about working in the games industry. Everything from lunch, work hours, and salary to passion and launches.
Please invite your boss!
This SpilBar is curated by Tim Garbos. Tim Garbos is the Creative Director at Triband.

As always it’s possible to showcase your own game - sign up here before September 10.

Programme:
16:30: Marijam Didžgalvytė from Game Workers Unite gives us an overview of what's happening internationally.
16:50: Rob Pearce and the Framebunker team talk about why they're championing workers’ rights and how they’re sharing their learnings, so you don’t have to take the same fights.
17:10: Break
17:30: Panel discussion - bring your questions!
Panelists: Forest Swartout Large, Executive Producer IO Interactive, Asbjørn Søndergaard, CEO & Founder, Tactile Games, Rob Pearce, Framebunker, Marijam Didžgalvytė, Game Workers Unite, Bjarke Friborg, PROSA the union for IT professionals, Jan Neiiendam, Producentforeningen.
18:30-19:30: Beer and mingling

About Marijam Didžgalvytė and Game Workers Unite
Marijam Didžgalvytė is the Chair of Communications Committee at Game Workers Unite and a freelance content creator of videogames & IRL politics.
Marijam will talk about what Game Workers Unite has been up to, and how we can strengthen solidarity amongst game workers.
Game Workers Unite is an international grassroots movement dedicated to unionizing the game industry. We are game workers interested in organizing with everyone who helps make games. And we mean everyone, if you work at a game company, work on a small indie team, do freelance or contract work, and more, you are a game worker and you deserve the protection and support of your fellow workers by standing together in union.

About SpilBar

SpilBar is a bimonthly event, where everyone in or close to the computer games industry can meet and mingle. The meetings always start with a talk and end with a drink.
SpilBar is initiated by Kristine Ploug from DADIU, and Thomas Vigild, Headmaster at Vallekilde Game Academy. SpilBar is currently organized by an editorial group consisting of Thomas Vigild, Jesper Krogh Kristiansen, Mads Maturin, and Kristine Ploug.

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