The Brasil Game Show (BGS) presents the list of conference speakers from their market-oriented professional games. The event will be held between October 5th and 7th at the SulAmérica Convention Center in Rio de Janeiro. The event is divided into development tracks, Marketing and Design. Among the top participants are Charles Yim, Strategic Development Partner at Google; Karl-Johan, Head Relationship Developer at Sony Ericsson, Paulo Zaffari, Development Manager at Crytek and Jere Erkko, Vice-President of Latin America at Rovio.
Learn more about the highlights of the conference:
Karl-Johan Dahlström, Head of Relationship Developement at Sony Ericsson, will provide a lecture on "Sony Ericsson Xperia Play." Karl has extensive experience working with partners and with the development of customer operations. He is responsible for Program Development at Sony Ericsson and supports the development of applications for their platform.
Paul Zaffari, Crytek Development Manager, the lecture will present "CryEngine." Veteran in the games industry, Paul has been a programmer, manager and entrepreneur. His most recent work was the second version of Crysis, developed by the German company Crytek, where he developed and managed programming tools for the production of the title. His first published game was Deer Hunter 2005, when it was part of the Brazilian team Southlogic, where he worked as a developer.
Charles Yim, Strategic Partner Development at Google,his speech will be "Mobile advertising for more profit." He is responsible for the partnerships of company developed games, social networking and mobile applications. Before Google, Charles was among the team of business developers for AdMob, he also helped launch Boomerang Networks, a startup focused on monetizing games for Facebook.
Jere Erkko, Vice-President of Latin America at Rovio, his speech will be “The Angry Birds Story”. He worked as Managing Director at Nemo Technologies, and he also worked as Vice-President at Americas UniqMinds.
Check out the full list of speakers already confirmed for the event:
• Charles Yim - Google;
• Karl-Johan - Sony Ericsson;
• Jere Erkko - Rovio;
• Paulo Zaffari - Crytek;
• Alexey Kostarev - I-Jet Media;
• Ricardo Carvalho - Coin-M;
• Victor Eric Gitter - Mopay;
• Ronaldo Bastos - Attractive / Latam Real Games;
• Alfredo Cattan - QB9 / ADVA;
• Marting Kreuzberg - Travian Games;
• Rafael Rodrigues - Aquiris;
• Amilton Diesel - Aquiris;
• David Lakritz - LAI;
• Fernando Ribeiro - NAVE;
• Túlio Soria - M.gaia Studio;
• Dennys Kerr - SC Games;
• Tarquinio Teles - Hoplon;
• Arthur Protásio - IGDA;
• Antonio Alves - Gazeus.
The Conference is sponsored by M-Coin, a company that offers its customers an alternative payment method that is fast, easy and secure, so as to increase their revenue by servicing additional clients or by the rapid globalization of its business. Coin-M operates in over 75 countries, with 25 local offices processing millions of mobile payments a day, making it the leading brand for commercial transactions among the world's mobile platforms.
Those interested in attending the Conference can now buy your super-passport, which entitles you to entrance to every day of the conference, the award ceremony of the Games Festival, and the B2B Business Area every day of the Fair. The first portion of tickets is available at www.brasilgameshow.com.br. All participants receive a certificate of participation. The complete program can be seen at http://www.brasilgameshow.com.br/conferencia/programacao.
M-Coin, is a company that offers its customers an alternative payment method which is fast, easy and secure, in order to increase their revenue by attracting additional clients or by the rapid globalization of its business. Coin-M operates in over 75 countries, with 25 local offices processing millions of mobile payments a day, making it the leading brand for operations involving money among the world's mobile platforms.
About Brasil Game Show
Brasil Game Show is the premiere Brazilian Games Fair which has been held over four consecutive years. This feat has been achieved by maintaining a 100% national corporate viewpoint and by focusing on growing the market for electronic games. Through this success and record attendance, the event has become, in 2011, the Largest Electronic Games Fair in Latin America. The 4th edition will take place October 5 - 9 at the SulAmérica Convention Center in Rio de Janeiro. There will be 70 booths across 20,000 square meters of space. Among the participating companies are leading companies in the market for games like: Sony, NC Games, Seven, Microsoft, M-Coin, Hazit Online Games, Level-up! and Mentez. Check out all the details on the official site: www.brasilgameshow.com.br.