Game Pitch Championship Judges

The Game Pitch Championship is a practice competition for indies seeking to improve their project pitching skills.

Check out our three judges and catch them and our indie game pitches live on the Main Stage this weekend.

Pitching a game is all about turning an idea into a launched project. From developing solid gameplay mechanics to creating a budget, a pitch is the speech that can fund and eventually launch your project.

Our 3 wonderful judges will be scoring and providing feedback to our 6 contestants. You can catch them pitch in the preliminaries today from 12PM–3:30PM on the Panels stage in Hall E. Or watch the Finals on Saturday on the Main Stage at 2PM.

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The Judges

Tiffany Otto

LinkedIn Company Website

IndieCade

Director of Partnership/Sponsorship

In the past Tiffany served as a Driver Specialist/Activations at Uber, did Administration/Dev Support in AAA for Rockstar Games, Marketing Intern as the indie studio Fire Hose Games, and currently serves on the IGDA Los Angeles board. Her education background includes Professional Development - Digital Marketing: Social Media and Online Strategies at Harvard University, Managing the Business of Entertainment at University of California, as well as Chinese History, Politics, and Business at Northwood University in China, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Concentration: Global Business Management at Babson College.

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Richard Khoo

LinkedIn Company Website

Khookey

Owner, Game Director

We are a family team of game developers on a mission to build games we love to play and innovate on gameplay and story-telling.

Magehunter, is a single player RPG for PC. You play a magic wielding detective investigating the mysterious circumstances surrounding a family's disappearance. The game concept is inspired by SNES/PS1&2 era Final Fantasy's and Persona 3 to 5.

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Jason Fader

LinkedIn Company Website

Iocaine Studios

CEO

Freelance producer/designer. Worked on Fallout: New Vegas, WoW, Warcraft 3, System Shock (2016), ThreadSpace: Hyperbol, and Steam Bandits.

 

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