Submissions Close May 3 and Late Submissions will be Accepted with an Additional Fee, through May 7

SEATTLE, April 11, 2019  — The organizers and curators of the Indie MEGABOOTH (IMB) are now accepting submissions for its seventh annual PAX West showcase. The IMB showcase on the PAX West show floor has expanded to be the largest and most impressive curated indie games lineup available. Independent video game developers who are looking to submit a game for consideration and those who are curious about selection criteria should visit

Submissions for IMB’s PAX West 2019 showcase will be accepted through 11:59 p.m. PDT on May 3, with late submissions being considered through to midnight PDT on May 7 for an additional fee. Submissions cost $50 USD, with the funds contributing toward administrative costs that result to having a diverse jury who rigorously play and debate the games that are selected to feature a wide range of fun, innovative, and thought-provoking titles in the annual showcase. PAX West 2019 is tentatively slated to take place in Seattle, Washington from August 30 to September 2.


The MEGABOOTH is a hand-curated traveling showcase working to bring indie games to the forefront of the gaming community and gaming enthusiasts’ minds. IMB prides itself in giving indie dev teams exposure to new audiences by creating a support network for their exhibitors while connecting them with fans, publishers, platforms, and peers in mutually beneficial partnerships. IMB’s PAX West 2018 lineup featured a total of 78 indie games from 17 countries in the Washington State Convention Center.

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Founded by Kelly Wallick, Indie MEGABOOTH (IMB) is a hand-curated traveling showcase of passionate creators working together to bring independent games to the forefront of the gaming community’s mind. Its mission is to give small teams equal footing for thoughtful, atypical experiences frequently reserved for multi-million dollar AAA titles at events such as PAX West, PAX East, GDC, and WePlay, among others. Since 2011, IMB has been connecting its global Alumni Network of more than 700 developers to business partners, press, and fans. At its core, IMB prides itself in crafting long-term mutually beneficial relationships and being advocates for the indie dev community at large.