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Rooster Teeth Animation Festival Launches at RTX

Rooster Teeth Animation Festival at RTX to bring the biggest names in Web-based animation to Austin July 2 & 3.

Gaming, animation, and entertainment expo RTX has announced the Rooster Teeth Animation Festival, the first animation festival of its kind, bringing the biggest web-based animators and their fans together to screen exclusive animations, present panel discussions, and more! The Rooster Teeth Animation Festival takes place during RTX, Texas’ largest gaming and Internet event, July 2-3 at the Austin Convention Center.

Some of the biggest names in web-based animation will present never-before-seen content:

“Rooster Teeth Animation wants to celebrate this amazing time we’re in, as both animators and fans. We’re starting by showcasing a collection of some of the top independent online talent, as well as studios that are trailblazing in the industry,” said Gray G. Haddock, Head of Animation at Rooster Teeth. “Just as animation is growing stronger at Rooster Teeth, we want to use events like this to help others coming up in the industry, and better enable the connection between animators and audience as a whole. ...Really, we just want an excuse to get a couple thousand people together to watch a bunch of animation and geek out over making it.”

Now in its sixth year, RTX will draw over 60,000 attendees to the Austin Convention Center July 1-3 to play the newest unreleased video games, see top Internet celebrities in live shows and panels, and experience the best in gaming, animation, and entertainment.

Weekend Passes for RTX are available for purchase online for $85.00. Single day passes are $45.00. Children ages 6 and under get free admittance with a paying adult. Admission to Rooster Teeth Animation Festival is included in the price of a pass to RTX.

Source: Rooster Teeth

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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