Pixelles is giving away 15 tickets to the Montréal edition of Unity Developer Day for nonbinary/genderqueer, transgender, gender-questioning and women game developers. Qualifying folks in non-production roles, students, fine artists and hobbyists are welcome too!
Unity Developer Day is a conference series dedicated to supporting local developers through the exchange of stories and skills that promote the creation of successful Unity games and interactive media. The event brings together local game creators and Unity staff to share their expertise through a full-day conference track, lunch, networking 5à7, and showcase of local games and projects made with Unity.
When: Saturday October 12th 2019, from 9am to 6pm.
Where: Concordia University (1450 rue Guy)
Event info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/journee-des-developpeurs-de-unity-2019-montreal-registration-70071809669
Do I need to present/appear as feminine to qualify for this raffle?
Nope! You are 100% accepted and welcome no matter how you express your gender identity.
Can masculine people enter the raffle?
Trans-masculine, genderfluid, AMAB non-binary and gender-questioning folks are welcome. However, cisgender men do not qualify for this raffle. This means you are assigned male at birth and still identify as a man. However! Thanks to Unity’s generosity, we can offer you a discounted ticket. Use the code
Pixelles at the Eventbrite checkout.
Does my name need to match my legal ID?
Your name does not need to match your legal ID. We confirmed with Unity and if you win a ticket, we’ll make sure you can attend Unity Developer Day using your name.
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: October 3rd, 2019 at 11:69pm EST