Gaming Industry

Games festival IndieCade relocates to USC

Games festival IndieCade relocates to USC

This fall, the University of Southern California, home to the nation’s most highly-regarded video game design program, will host IndieCade, one of the gaming industry’s most respected festivals. Celebrating its 10th year, the festival, which drew about 7,000 people in fall 2015, has long called Culver City home.

Increasing development in Culver City — the bulk of IndieCade was held outdoors in a parking lot — forced festival organizers to relocate. USC, whose professors and students often showcase games at the event, will hold the festival in and around the School of Cinematic Arts Oct. 13-16. 


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