Social gaming popular activity with social networks

The Social Networking World Forum– www.socialnetworking-forum.com - is announcing that game producers will demonstrate the multi-platform potential social gaming offers at the show.

Simple gaming making use of existing social networks is enabling people to interact with those they are already connected with. Games are one of the most popular activities on social networks, building compelling social interaction, and conference attendees can look forward to hearing from Jon Radoff, Chief Executive Officer, gamerDNA, amongst others on the latest developments this fast growing sector is experiencing.

Mark Johnstone, Director, Six Degrees, believes a "combination of casual and skill based games, user generated content, video blogging and social networking will become the holy grail of the gaming sector."

Companies speaking at the show include: Myspace, Bebo, P&G, Google, BMW, Yahoo, Habbo Hotel, Endemol, Friends Reunited, General Motors, Orange, O2, Cadbury’s, Netlog, Friendster, British Airways, LinkedIN, Vodacom, Reunion.com and many more visit ( http://www.socialnetworking-forum.com/conference/speakers.html).

A co-located two day conference on mobile social networking ( www.socialnetworking-forum.com/mobile-forum.html) is also taking place at the show, which in addition will feature a free-to-attend combined exhibition and networking area.

The Social Networking World Forum will take place on the 9th and 10th March 09 at Olympia Conference Centre, London. For further information on the event please visit www.socialnetworking-forum.com

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