'Live the Dream! Work in the Video Game Industry' at Tsukino-Con 2017

Codename Entertainment CEO Eric Jordan will be hosting a panel entitled 'Live the Dream! Work in the Video Game Industry' as part of Tsukino-Con 2017. 

The video games industry on Vancouver Island is one of the most exciting places to work with 20 studios in the Victoria area alone. Anyone with aspirations of turning their passion into a career need look no further than the opportunities on their doorstep. 

Eric will host a panel covering all the avenues for students and professionals to enter the industry here on the island. The discussion will include what kind of credentials and focus are required to successfully secure a role in the growing epicenter of interactive creativity in the Pacific Northwest.

The panel will be held on Saturday 18 February from 4 pm to 5 pm for all attendees of Tsukino-Con 2017. For more details on Tsukino-Con, check out the official website here: www.tsukinocon.com 

About Tsukino-Con
Tsukino-Con is a not-for-profit, community-oriented convention held annually at the University of Victoria with a focus on anime fandom and Japanese culture. Established in 2009, following the seven-year run of our predecessor convention, Kei-Kon,  the first official Tsukino-Con ran in February 2010 and continued to run annually during Uvic’s winter reading break. 

The name “Tsukino-Con” literally translates to “Convention of the Moon.” This relates to the location of the convention, the University of Victoria, and the ring road that surrounds the campus.