Entries in 'London Games Conference' (101)
The CEO of Bigpoint has warned that only those publishers with the right spread of browser, casual and mobile games will ride the digital tidal wave.
Tomorrow, September 23rd, is the last day of the special Early Bird delegate rate of £229 for the London Games Conference.
Getting an idea should be like sitting down on a pin; it should make you jump up and do something. And, for a while now, the games market has been ...
Luminaries from some of the most innovative and important companies in the games market have been confirmed for the London Games Conference on Thursday, November 4th.
Packaging and creative firm AGI has tied up with the UK's premier games conference.
Richard Branson's new games project has tied up with the UK's premier games conference and networking dinner.
The Hut and Incomm have joined IGN, Screen Digest and ELSPA in backing the UK's biggest games industry conference.
IGN, Screen Digest and renamed trade body UKIE are already backing the return of the London Games Conference in November.
Traditional PR and marketing, competition with rivals, and boxed product - all of these things face extinction when digital downloads take hold.
ChartTrack director Dorian Bloch has this evening revealed that the firm will start including PC download sales in its charts from the start of 2010.
A market that only offers digital video games would be “geeky”, inaccessible – and undo the market expansion the industry has achieved in recent years.
The games industry will see a major tipping point towards digital distribution - and finally experience its 'the iTunes moment - by 2014, according to analyst Nick Parker.
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Some 230 key execs from the European games industry will attend a sold-out London Games Conference later this month.
Leading downloads provider Direct2Drive is keen to see the formation of a digital games chart, despite resistance to the prospect from competitors including Steam.
This month's London Games Conference will serve as a rude awakening to the games industry.
Companies from a variety of sectors, including online retailer Zavvi.com (now part of The Hut group) and digital distributor Direct2Drive, have stepped forward as platinum sponsors of forthcoming premier digital ...
October and November mark two of the busiest months on the game industry’s calendar, as a huge range of conferences, shows and award ceremonies open their doors.
The programme for the London Games Conference has been announced, with an impressive and eclectic line-up of speakers, panellists and topics.
The British Government has ‘forgotten’ the UK video games industry – allowing Canada and France to pinch our finest creative talent.