GAConf Europe 2022 schedule for April 11 and April 12 announced

Ben Bayliss2 minute read

The Game Accessibility Conference (GAConf) Europe 2022 has revealed its full schedule for April 2022.

The full schedule for GAConf EU on April 11 and April 12 has been revealed through its official website. Access to the digital conference is free to sign-up to, and while registration isn’t needed for watching the talks, it is needed for accessing the Discord where users can chat with other attendees.

The conference looks to kick things off with the usual news update where a round-up of things that have happened since the last conference is detailed. Talks range from a talk about gaming with a severe progressive muscle disease, how an indie approach to accessibility can work, the journey of bringing accessibility information onto storefronts, and making accessibility a priority in the AAA market.

The number of speakers for April’s conference has a wide range of people from studios big and small as well as individuals who work in the industry. Those tuning in can expect to see talks from people from Team17, Ninja Theory, PlayStation Studios, RNIB, SpecialEffect, Ubisoft, and more.

Last year, GAConf had a conference in October 2021, and earlier that year the EU version saw the conference videos available to watch with full subtitles. Usually, the conference would be held in person, however, with the pandemic in 2020, the conference shifted to an online presence that saw over 1200 registrations.

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