BIG Festival (Brazil's Independent Games Festival) happens since 2012 and is the most important independent games festival and business forum in Latin America.
On top of exhibiting the most innovative games in the world, the event is also the most important meeting point for those who want to have a deep understanding of games, with lectures, workshops, keynotes and the biggest games business forum in Latin America.
Check out BIG Festival’s segments:
BIG Business Meetings: Business meetings in an exclusive area for entrepreneurs (only paid area of the event). Check out the participating companies in the last editions here! BIG Brands: Segment focused on commissioned games and interactive digital experiences that are part of the strategy of major brands. BIG Careers: Brings market information and tips to help beginners. BIG Creative Industry: Line-up dedicated to other areas of the creative economy in connection with games (audio, TV, VOD, TV, movies, animation)! BIG Dev: Lectures oriented to the disciplines involved in game development, such as art, programming, game design, usability, production, among others. BIG Diversity: Area at the festival and lectures dedicated to games with a diversity theme. BIG Educators: Area in the speaking sessions focused on best practices with educational games. BIG E-sports: Amateur championship open to the public visiting the event and speaking sessions on the E-sports market BIG Forum: Meeting point of game industry professionals, with lectures, workshops and keynotes. BIG Impact: Initiative dedicated to games with positive impact, which transform society - lectures and awards in the games competition. BIG Latin America: It brings the best games and developers from the region: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay. BIG Publishers: Space for large publishers' games showcase BIG Ventures: It brings together public and private investors closer to the games sector and the creative industry, with a line up dedicated to entrepreneurship. BIG XR/VR: Exhibition of games for the public and sessions that discuss virtual and extended reality.