GameHorizon Conference announces Global Collect as a new sponsor

Global Collect is the world's premier payment service provider of local e-payment solutions and is supporting the conference for the first time in 2011.

Global Collect offer a single-interface online payment platform and access to an unrivalled portfolio of local and international payment methods in over 200 countries and for 170 currencies.

With the sponsorship of Global Collect and several other organisations, including bluegfx,  GameHorizon is set to exceed expectations at this year’s conference. 

Stuart Mann, Global Collect’s Business Development Manager said:“We are honored to be an exhibition area sponsor at this year’s GameHorizon Conference. As a leading Payment Service Provider, Global Collect partners with top brands and companies within the fast changing gaming sector. With over 15 years of experience in consulting gaming clients regarding successful monetization and implementing customized payment strategies to increase conversion rates, Global Collect is delighted to sponsor an event that brings together the very people shaping the industry.”

Taking place from 28 - 29 June at The Sage Gateshead, the conference will feature creative, innovative and inspirational speakers from the worlds of gaming, entertainment and business.  Attendees will be able to network with the experts,

influencers, and the people driving the games industry forward.

Confirmed speakers include Rick Gibson of Games Investor Consulting, Louis Castle, Scott Steinberg from Techsavvy Global and games author and TED speaker Tom Chatfield.

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