After a solid start 12 months ago, the London Games Conference hits the ground running this year, with a programme featuring speakers drawn from the most exciting and innovative companies in the global games market.
The event is charged not with giving an overview of current conditions, but with challenging a selection of speakers and panellists to present and discuss the future of gaming – and examine the implications for companies in every sector, from development to retail.
That is why the schedule is dominated not by the three big format holders or the top five publishers but by people like Hubertz Heiko, CEO of Bigpoint, Dave Perry, founder of Gaikai, and Jasper Smith, CEO of PlayJam.
The established companies and business models are represented, of course, by people such as Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens, Capcom Europe COO David Reeves and GameStop's Chris Petrovic – but even here they will be talking about how their businesses and practices are changing in order to exploit their content in new areas.
Other star speakers include Q Entertainment boss Shuji Utsumi, Playfish Europe Studios' John Earner and Playfire Founder Kieran O'Neill.
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