Falmouth gaming cafe Loading has agreed to sponsor the south west’s ‘first and only digital interactive festival’.
Extended Play is being held at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, and will feature a two-day programme of creative and interactive events over November 4-5, while showcasing the best talent the region has to offer.
Loading will support the festival with promotions in the lead up to the event as well as attending on the day to provide themed drinks and free cups of its ‘9 Bit Mega Coffee’, which features a blend of nine types of coffee.
James Dance, owner of Loading, said: “We’re really honoured to be partnering with Extended Play to help fuel the south west’s talented developers and designers as they take part in both the Boot Camp and Games Jam.
“This will be the first time we’ve provided our coffee to an event outside of the ones we do ourselves. I’m looking forward to the feedback and hopefully it fuels the teams to greatness.”
Loading was launched last year by University College Falmouth graduate Dance, offering people somewhere to drink, relax and play and has been slowly expanding to offer club nights and partnering with a number of gaming publishers including EA, Capcom and Ubisoft.