“We’re very proud of the work done by all of our independent game studios, whether that’s developing their own titles in the house or assisting with independent and AAA studios internationally,” said Eliana Russi, Manager of Brazil Games. “Brazil is becoming a very important player in the scene and is growing an international reputation for top of the line quality work.”
Nine studios will be present at XDS20 Adapt, including the recently expanded Garage 227 Studios, 2D and 3D art specialists PUGA Studios, and the veteran studio Manifesto Games — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Other Brazil Games’ member studios attending XDS20 Adapt include BitCake, Cavylabs, Diorama Digital, Dogs Underground, GamePlan Consultants, and Kokku. Daniel Monastero, CEO of Garage 227 Studios, will be presenting at the event in his talk, “From 911 to Speed Dial: A Case Study in Partnership Evolution” on October 27, 3:30 PM BRT.