SAN FRANCISCO - August 6, 2008 The PC Gaming Alliance today announced its upcoming presentation at the GC Developer’s Conference in Leipzig, Germany, on August 19, 2008. Randy Stude, President of the PCGA and director of Intel’s Gaming Program Office, will present the contents of the first-ever worldwide PC Gaming“Horizons” research report, as well as shine a light on challenges for the industry, from PC Game platform promotion to creating a standardized minimum system requirement.
The presentation, which will take place at 2:30pm in Room F on Conference Floor Level 0, is open to game developers, game publishers, game tool providers, online game distributors, retailers, e-tailers, members of the media, and all other parties interested in the PC Gaming Industry. Attendees will walk away with a greater understanding of the current market and how the PCGA’s deep pool of internal resources and information could help their company push into the future along with the evolving PC Gaming marketplace.
For those who won’t be attending GCDC 2008, you’ll be able to attend the State of the PC Gaming Industry session during NVISION 08 in San Jose, Calif. on August 25 in the San Jose Hilton adjacent to the convention center at 3:30 p.m. in San Carlos rooms 1&2.
For more information about the PCGA, please visit www.pcgamingalliance.org.
About the PC Gaming Alliance
The PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to drive worldwide growth of PC gaming. With high-profile members such as Microsoft, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, and Dell, the PCGA provides an open forum where companies can cooperate to develop and promote solutions that drive the PC gaming industry forward. The PCGA encourages the exchange of information and views to promote PC gaming and shares promotional activity designed to grow PC gaming among members of the group, related industries and consumers.
Wes Phillips, TriplePoint