The festival will start with a gala opening and a VIP preview for the Eurogamer Expo that will run on the opening day of the festival with the expo opening its doors to the public for the three days thereafter. A party for the expo will also be held on October 1st for the charity GamesAid to which all proceeds will be donated.
Following this will be The Games Media Awards on October 14th and The Golden Joysticks Awards which will be held on October 29th. The MCM Expo will also get underway on the same day of the 29th at the Excel London venue once again.
October 27th will see at industry body TIGA hold a one-day business summit and the festival will be rounded off by the London Games Conference which shall cover many industry-related matters such as surviving in the industry and how to generate profits in an ever evolving industry.
If you live or will be in the London area around late September be sure to check some of the events out when the London Games Festival gets underway at the end of next month. Official site here.