Gamer Network, which publishes this website, has announced that tickets for EGX Rezzed 2015 are on sale now.

EGX Rezzed heads to London's Tobacco Dock next 12th to 14th March (while big brother EGX takes over at the NEC), where it will showcase the best PC and console games in association with Virgin Media and BAFTA.

EGX Rezzed emerged as a counterpoint to its glitzier, much bigger sibling, embracing the independent spirit of modern game-making, and it retains this in its new guise, putting an emphasis on indie titles in its playable show floor line-up, developer sessions and surrounding activities.

Thanks to this year's BAFTA partnership, Thursday's preview day will culminate in the British Academy Games Awards in the evening, while Friday and Saturday will be public days with many more tickets available.

Exact details of show floor games, developer sessions and all the rest will be announced in due course, but you can expect returning attractions like the GamesIndustry Fair, where you can learn about employment options in the games industry, and the Leftfield Collection of up-and-coming indie titles, as well as much more.

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