Michael Pachter and N’Gai Croal to speak at London Games Conference 2013

Two influential US games execs will speak at the London Games Conference this year.

N’Gai Croal, founder and CEO of Hit Detection, will speak on the role of external feedback during development in his speech, titled ‘The Long Con(versation)’. His New York-based firm advises clients on the user experience for video games, technology products and services, as well as community and media strategy.

Prior to Hit Detection, Croal served as the senior writer for technology at Newsweek. His freelance work has appeared in The Washington Post, Edge, and more.

Michael Pachter, research analyst at Wedbush Securities will share insights on both the state of the games market and where the opportunities are in his speech ‘Videogames, By The Numbers’.

Pachter is one of the most respected analysts in games. Never short of an opinion, Pachter has been recognised as StarMine’s Top Earnings Estimator and Best on the Street by The Wall Street Journal. He focuses on the entertainment markets, covering firms such as Activision Blizzard, Amazon, Nintendo, Ubisoft, EA, Zynga and more.

London Games Conference 2013 will be hosted once again at One Wimpole Street on Wednesday November 13th.

You can book your place at londongamesconference.com or by contacting sara.Mather@intentmedia.co.uk. Early bird tickets cost 199. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact jennie.lane@intentmedia.co.uk.

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