Since the conclusion of the 2018 Heartland Gaming Expo, coordinator Akram Taghavi-Burris has worked to develop and external planning committee for the event, made up of the Tandy School of Computer Science alumni and constituents. This summer the committee suggested re-branding the event as the Computer Simulation & Gaming Conference (CSGC), as well as refocusing the event from just a competition to a full educational conference day in addition to the completion. Other suggestions included broadening the competition categories to include not only game development and design, but computer simulations and graphic/ digital art.
These recommendations have been implemented and we are happy to announce the newly branded 2019 Computer Simulation & Gaming Conference (CSGC) is set for Friday April 12 and Saturday April 13.
This two-day educational event will now be divided into a conference day (April 12) filled with workshops, demos and presentations; followed by a competition/exhibition day (April 13) were competitors exhibit their submissions in a variety of competitions aimed at not only game development and design, but also simulations and graphics.
The new branding has also required a new URL which is www.csgconf.com , our new social media handles are also @CSGConf
We hope you are as excited as we are with the new branding and format of our event. If you have any further questions or would like information about being on a part of our external planning committee and any interested please contact Instructor Burris at firstname.lastname@example.org