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Production Support Roundtable: Tools/Processes

David Cubberly  |  Associate Producer, Volition
Lissette Wells  |  Project Manager, Volition

Location: Room 122, North Hall

Format: Roundtable
Track: ProductionBusiness, Marketing & Management
Vault Recording: Not Recorded

Each game studio has its own culture and way of approaching work. Video game development is complicated, and delivering high-quality content is not a solitary endeavor. Producers are highly visible and ultimately responsible for driving game projects to completion. However, unless the effort is small, it takes a solid group of people to keep developers motivated and productive. Production activities run the gamut from developing and maintaining schedules to coordinating outsourcing, and everything in between. This roundtable allows attendees to explore the various roles and responsibilities of individuals tasked with supporting production.


This session gives participants the opportunity to network with peers and learn how other companies produce games. Attendees are encouraged to connect with the group by asking questions, offering comments and relaying stories about their own work experiences.

Intended Audience

This is a discussion group for anyone who facilitates game production, as well as those who are interested in production as a career. The roundtable gives attendees a chance to talk to a diverse group of peers about job responsibilities, challenges and unique production experiences.