GDAP

AcronymDefinition
GDAPGame Developers Association of the Philippines
GDAPGovernment Document Application Profile
GDAPGanglioside-induced Differentiation-Associated Protein
GDAPGrowing Danger of Acronym Proliferation
GDAPGraphic Design Advisory Program
GDAPGreedy Disjoint Alternate Path
GDAPGuided Direct Attack Penetrator (US Air Force)
GDAPGround Deicing/Anti-icing Program (US FAA)
GDAPGraduate Diploma Arts Psychotherapy
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GDAP is a trade association established in 2007 to represent and promote the country's game development industry.
In Section 4, we present the model structure of GDAP and design the solution algorithm.
Selection process of the national team that will represent the country is already underway, with GDAP aiming to tap professional and amateur players for the pool during nationwide qualifiers.
GDAP envisions to-eventually-achieve a 1-percent global market share.
Aligning with the amazing speakers lineup from GMGC's previous conferences, 2017 is already shaping up with some new masterminds joining in: Nix Nolledo (Xurpas), Vineet Tanwar (Google Play), Mario Wynands (PikPok), Alvin Juban (GDAP), Derrick Mapagu (Most Played Games), Henry Yeh (gumi Asia), Thomas Andreasen (Playlab) among many others already confirmed.
The ICT Office, collaborating closely with the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) and the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc.
The Animation Council of the Philippines and the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) say there's a lot of raw talent in the Philippines but it needs to be honed to global standards.
On the other hand, a sub-sector of the business process outsourcing sector - the creative outsourcing sector - particularly game development is on a roll, with around 4,000 game developers and 10,000 animators in the country, enjoying a compound annual growth rate of 10 percent since 2012, averaging $55 million in revenue, according to the Game Development Association of the Philippines (GDAP).
In 2013, the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) reported revenues of US$150 million.
Already, the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) is now crafting its own industry roadmap in order to take a bigger slice in the $72-billion global market.
The mission included officials from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) and the Animation Council of the Philippines Inc.