GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs will opening next month's London Games Conference with a talk about next-gen games retail.
He joins leaders from the likes of Twitter UK, PlayStation, Google in talking at the November 13th event.
Gibbs will examine how the evolving digital content landscape is re-defining business strategy through deeper customer knowledge, relationships and engagement.
London Games Conference takes place on the eve of the new console launches, at One Wimpole Street in London.
It is the only event to offer a comprehensive view of the entire games market, covering how to make and market a hit game, from inception through to launch and beyond.
Tickets cost £199 until the early bird deadline on Friday, October 11th - that's two days away. From next week tickets will cost £269.
To book your place head to www.londongamesconference.com
Or contact Jennie.Lane@intentmedia.co.uk, or call her on 01992 535 646.
In its five years, the focused four hour conference and following network event has attracted attendees and speakers from around the world.
300 will attend this year's event, which features talks from 12 other influential games industry execs including analyst Michael Pachter, Sports Interactive's Miles Jacobson, PlayStation's Shahid Ahmad and Twitter UK chief Bruce Daisley.
Event partners include Vicon, ARM, Testronic Labs and OPM.
Our final set of speakers and the full event schedule will be announced next week.