Rezzed 2018: Discussing Real-World Politics in Seed

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This Saturday, Klang will be at Rezzed 2018 over in London discussing how real-world politics are being implemented in Seed as part of the event's Rezzed Sessions. And, we'd love to see you there!

Klang's CEO and overlord, Mundi, will be introducing Seed and we're allowing players to build political structures based on real-world politics, as well as being able to customise your own system...and revolt against them.

The session, titled Implementing real-world politics in an MMO: Allowing for a ballot and a boycott in Seed, will be taking place on Saturday 14th April at 12:30pm (BST), and you can read more about this session (and all the other awesome sessions) right here: https://www.egx.net/rezzed/2018/rezzed-sessions-2018

Be sure to check out the session, give Mundi a hug, and say hi (if you're there)!

EGX 17: Klang to discuss the Future of MMOs (with other awesome studios)

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Tomorrow, Klang will be heading to EGX 17 in Birmingham, UK, to join an awesome panel of studios to discuss the future of MMOs. And, if you're going to be at EGX, you should totally check it out!

Klang's Co-Founder, CTO, and coding champion, Oddur, will be joining Spilt Milk Studios, Bossa Studios, Automaton Games, and the Chief Creative Officer of Improbable, Bill Roper, to discuss the revolution going on in the MMO genre and the potential it holds.

Using their own experiences in helping mould the genre, these MMO big guns will be delving into their inspirations, how boundaries are being pushed, and how much further online worlds can transform the way gamers play games. It's going to be insightful as heck!

The panel, which is titled Breaking Rules and Making Worlds: the Future of the MMO, will be part of the event's Rezzed Sessions, and taking place on Thursday 21st September at 3:30 PM (GMT+1). I know for sure Oddur is excited to be there, so be sure to join and find out more about Seed!

Fun fact: Not only is Birmingham the home of Heavy Metal, it's also the home of Jonathan, which says a lot about him.