howtopitch - HowtoPitchYourGame PitchOverview

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How to Pitch Your Game
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Pitch Overview You will be talking for 7-8 minutes then have 2  Speak slowly and clearly and introduce your team  name and every team member on your group.  Give  everyone a few minutes to write down your names. Describe your game concept to the class.   At the end of your talk, give the class an opportunity  to ask a few questions.
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The obvious Maintain good eye contact Project your voice Sound excited about your idea!  If you’re not  excited, it’s likely we won’t be either. If you use PPT or other visuals, arrive early to  get set up.  But, this is not required.
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Essential Components You can choose one dedicated speaker, or you can  have multiple or all of your group members  choose to speak.
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course DIG 3930 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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