Replay Events Show Support for Scottish Indie Developers at PLAY Expo Glasgow on June 17-18th

Replay Events Please to Announce Free Exhibition Space for Scottish Indie Developers

Replay Events, one of the UK’s premier gaming and event entertainment companies is excited to announce a new free space initiative for Scottish Indie game developers at PLAY Expo Glasgow, a two-day spectacular taking place at the Braehead Arena, Glasgow on June 17th and 18th.

The Indie Zone will be curated by Scottish indie specialists, WeThrowSwitches, and will be actively supporting the Scottish game development scene, openly inviting aspiring indie publishers to get in touch should they wish to display their game free of charge at the show.

Craig Fairweather of WeThrowSwitches, commented: “At Play Expo Glasgow last year, we were immediately struck by the energy and passion throughout the event, from both organisers and attendees alike. There was a fantastic reception to the Scottish indie games we helped show off, and we’re looking forward to doing it all again this June!”

Already confirmed for the free Indie Zone are “Project Swing” from Deep Fried Games, Asobi Tech’s “Mao Mao Castle” and arcade shooter “Space Toads Mayhem” from Sound Cakes.

Andy Brown, Director for Replay Events commented, “The Indie development scene constantly delivers new experiences is ways we’ve never imagined. With the curation by WeThrowSwitches of the Leftfield collection, we’re showing the best of what Scotland has to offer, and the promise of free space to exhibit in the Indie zone means we could see the next big thing, first, right here in Glasgow.”

Heer at XLC Gaming Network I think this is an amazing opportunity for indie developers of Scotland to showcase their skills and talent. Indie publishers interested in PLAY Expo Glasgow can contact the Replay Events team at:

General admission tickets are on-sale now at and start at just £10 for children under 16.

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