Presented by Intel

Games like Grand Theft Auto and Resident Evil set the bar for commercial success, and indie gamers are increasingly rising to the occasion. But it requires sophisticated tech to develop, cash in hand to cover production costs, a solid marketing plan to launch, and confidence that your game will run beautifully across the whole spectrum of consumer hardware out there.

And Intel is on the case. Right now, they’re offering developers an opportunity to get free testing and promotion by Intel when you submit your PC game for free testing through the Intel Test Suite by December 14.

The first 50 PC games accepted to be tested will receive free testing — a $750 value. To make things even sweeter, the top 50 titles to pass testing will also get $5,000 worth of social promotion across Intel channels.

Better yet? Submission also means you’ll be entered to win an Intel​ CORE i9 PROCESSOR worth $1000, an iBUYPOWER​ Revolt 2 Pro Z370 worth $1750, or an @ASRock​ X299 MOTHERBOARD worth $390.

The Intel Test Suite consists of preferred test methodologies and tools to determine your game’s performance and playability on Intel® Core™ processors and Iris® Graphics. And a Runs Great on Intel® technology certification means that your game delivers the best experience on the most platforms, plus offers you a chance to be considered for software bundles, partner stores, and other opportunities to get big.

The company has long been a source of support for game developers through its Intel Game Developer program, which offers libraries, performance analyzers, and other tools to optimize PC games, a resource library and developer forum, plus contests, networking opportunities, trade show collaborations, and go-to-market programs to expand a game’s reach.

Check out Intel’s suite of free optimization tutorials, testing tools, and other resources before you submit your game for certification.

Hurry – the contest ends December 14. Get your game tested now, and get big!

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