The award-winning, all-digital Indie Arena Booth will invite players across the world on a playable RPG journey with quests, loot, levels and 120+ of the best new indie titles to experience
Hamburg, Germany – 28 July 2021. The Indie Arena Booth at gamescom 2021 begins on 25 August with 120+ of the best new indie games present in a playable RPG experience titled Summercamp of Doom. The Summercamp of DoomEvent MMO will offer players a unique set of themed worlds and the best indie games of 2021 as they explore the camp and interact with dozens of attending developers, exclusively accessed from the gamescom now content hub.
Checkout the Summercamp of Doom lineup trailer here.
As well as the Summercamp of Doom MMO experience, the Indie Arena Booth at gamescom 2021 will feature a packed schedule with indie publishers such as Finji Games, Tiny Build, Ravens Court and more offering a further look at their titles. Our multiple days of indie streams will be presented by Shay Thompson and include the annual Indie Arena Booth Awards Show as well as a special Steam event page packed with playable demos and discounts on dozens of indie titles.
The Indie Arena Booth and Summercamp of Doom MMO offers indies another avenue of discovery to players in what are still challenging circumstances for so many. “Due to our extended partnership with gamescom and a stronger curated line up of games, we think Indie Arena Booth Online will once again be the digital go-to event this year for the Best Indie games in 2021”, said Wolf Lang, CEO at Super Crowd. “After the massive success of 2020’s event, the whole team at Super Crowd has worked hard to improve all aspects of our online event and we’re excited for players to get hands-on with our Summercamp of Doom MMORPG with its own story line, quests and levelling system.”
The Indie Arena Booth has a lot of returning and trusted partners for 2021, including US indie publisher Finji Games: “Even before COVID, we valued the opportunity to bring our games to the European audience and as a North American studio it has been a great experience working with the crew at Indie Arena Booth to make this more accessible”, said Rebekah Saltsman, Finji, CEO. “Even with the steep learning curve on online events in 2020, our commitment to our games and our audience didn’t change! We are super excited to participate in the online event again in 2021 with both the online demos of our games and our additional streaming content.”
Media interested in checking out this year’s Indie Arena Booth and trying out Summer Camp of Doom can write us via mail for early access to attendees from 23 August.
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