If You Work As a Game Producer In a Big Studio, Contact Me

I’m going to reveal something I’ve planned for the future: I’m going to gather a group of professional game producers who have a day time job as a game producer. I hope to see something like 4-8 game producers who would be interested in spending few minutes per month to answer some specific question or questions regarding game production from site readers. The whole idea is to get to see different views in game production issues. In exchange these producers (and studios) would get publicity, help other developers and chance to bring their opinions public through a popular game producer blog.

The process would be quite simple:
1. Readers send questions to me
2. I compile a list of questions and send them to these 4-8 selected producers
3. Producers answer and email back to me
4. I publish the questions and answers at GameProducer.net

If you are a game producer in a big studio (and by big studio I mean that you have several hundreds of thousands development budget), then please consider contacting me. If you happen to be in some other position (like programmer, designer, artist, etc.) in such studio, consider mentioning this post to the game producer in your studio and ask if he would be interested in this.

This “Producers of the Round Table” (so to speak) wouldn’t mean more deadlines or pressure, but a relaxed chance to spare few minutes about reflect game production.

Producers of the Round Table – Current list

Thanks guys for your support.

10 thoughts on “If You Work As a Game Producer In a Big Studio, Contact Me

  1. njomo roland

    HI
    I AM ROLAND AND I HAVE A DREAM TO WRITE A GAME THAT DEALS WITH OUR CULTURE AND I WANT TO KNOW THE STEPS TO TAKE. I AM A CAMEROONIAN AND HAVE THIS DREAM OF WRITTEN A GOOD STORY LINE THAT WILL TALK MORE ON MY CULTURE

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  3. Kal_Torak

    Actually, no, I’m not a Producer.
    Please note that I’m not trying to be deliberately negative here.

    The first line is basicly, “I’m going to tell you about something I thought of, and I want you to help me.”

    That jumped out at me as contrary to the Win-Win situations which I know you are an adovcate of.

    My comment was an admittedly oblique attempt to draw attention to it.
    I don’t know what sort of first impression it made on other readers, but that was what prompted my first comment.

    That said, I do understand and applaud your intent and meaning behind the post. Something which, if producing was something beyond a hobby for me, I would be quite interested in pursuing, and to which I look forward to seeing the fruits of in the near future.

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  4. Juuso - Game Producer Post author

    Okay guys… stop it right there :) Here we speak ill of no producer ;)

    Anyway – Kal_Torak has been of the loyal GP readers and have emailed me several times with notes about different teams etc.

    Regarding the benefits, as said – bringing your opinion to public, chance to help others, publicity. This is sort of like a “volunteering”, so if you are after benefits I doubt this is no good use for your time – but if you like to have friendly chat about game production, then it might be for you.

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  5. Tuna

    “I can’t see anything benefiting the “Producers of the Round Table” in this arrangement.”

    Of course you don’t see any benefit, you’re all knowing, others however might find it very insightful.

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  6. Kal_Torak

    I can’t see anything benefiting the “Producers of the Round Table” in this arrangement.

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