View, browse and sort the ever-growing list of GDC Next sessions by pass type, track, format and day. With GDC Next Session Scheduler, you can build your schedule in advance and access it during the show via export or with the GDC Next Mobile App. Sessions do fill up, so please arrive early to sessions that you would like to attend.
Please note: Registration accounts are separate from Session Scheduler. Even if you've registered, please create a Session Scheduler account below.
TwitchPlaysPokemon was an experimental video game experience in February 2014 where hundreds of thousands of participants played an emulated version of Pokemon Red through Twitch's livestream platform. The crowdsourced effort took just more than 16 days to beat the Elite Four. In this talk, game researcher and PhD candidate Alex Leavitt will conduct an analysis of the TPP phenomenon, analyzing traces collected from chat logs and fan forums to show how the crowd made TPP successful, why a flash fandom emerged, and how game companies might conduct similar experiments in the future.
From this presentation, you will learn what TwitchPlaysPokemon was, how it played out over two weeks, and how interactive game experiences could shape future experiments in the game industry. The talk will also cover how game communities emerge, what they do, and strategies for harnessing their emergent productivity.
Welcome! You can use the Session Scheduler tool to browse sessions and build a custom event schedule.
Step 1. Create an account. Use the "Create Account" button at the top of the right-hand corner.
Step 2. Choose a view. Select either the "List" or the "Grid" icon. (It's the same data, just a different view of the sessions.)
Step 3. Choose your sessions. Click the "Add" or "Remove" button next to each session to add it to, or remove it from, your personalized schedule.
Step 4. Review your schedule. Push the "My Schedule" button in the left column to view your selected sessions.
Have further questions or need help? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org