On Wednesday 10/05/11, Arthur Protasio, coordinator of the CTS Game Studies project at Fundação Gertulio Vargas and president of IGDA Rio (International Game Developers Association – Rio de Janeiro), took part on a round of discussions during Brasil Game Show. Protasio, Esteban Clua, also from IGDA Rio and researcher at UFF (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), and Bruno Campagnolo from IGDA Curitiba pondered about Brazil’s gaming market panorama and the role of community organization in developing the scenario.
The event occurred between the 5th and 7th of October, 2011. The round, entitled “IGDA – Multidisciplinaridade e o Cenário dos Jogos no Brasil” (IGDA – Multidisciplinarity and the Gaming Market in Brazil), began at 13:00h pm. Check the BGS site; for more information on the brazilian electronic gaming market, read the report prepared by CTS Game Studies supported by the Open Business Latin America project; about community integration, go to the post about the Second meeting of IGDA Rio.