Julie Uhrman, the founder and CEO of OUYA, visited the Chicagoland tonight at a function organized by the Chicago chapter of the International Game Developers Association. Her goal was to introduce to the new open source video game console to local game developers, as well as answer their questions and gather their ideas ahead of the consoles release — first to their Kickstarter funders at the end of March, and then more widely this summer. I attended the presentation, and reported on it for Clearance Bin Review.
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OUYA Visits Chicago Game Developers
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