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Back to News Listing Join the Matrix Team at Historicon!

Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta

Type: Press Release

 

Less than a month and Matrix Games will host its annual press conference at Historicon, from 18th to 19th of July, to discuss and present its forthcoming projects to industry journalists, developers, and fans. 

Iain McNeil, Developer Director of the Group, and a host of development partners will present their plans for their future games. Amongst others, highly anticipated games such Ageod’s Civil War II, War in the West, Pandora: First Contact, Panzer Corps on iPad and Warhammer®40,000®: Armageddon™will have their first showings. A full list of games and developers will be announced soon. 

Take the chance to be part of it at the conference and to meet wargaming legend, Gary Grigsby and the second human being to walk on the Moon, Dr. Buzz Aldrin. How? If you LIVE IN NORTH AMERICA, LIKE THIS POST and you will automatically enter the competition. The winner will be our guest at Historicon Fredericksburg, Virginia. The prize includes flights, hotel accommodation, access to the press conference, 4-days pass to Historicon and the seat at annual gala dinner. 
The deadline for entry is 27th of June and the winner will be announced on the next day. This is an opportunity no true wargamer can afford to miss!

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