Don't miss this unique event specialised for social games companies looking to grow

Book now to attend London Social Gaming Summit

Registration for the second annual London Social Gaming Summit is now open, and Develop readers have been offered the chance to grab a 15 per cent discount on tickets.

The event takes place at the Great Hall at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge Stadium on the 14th and 15th of November 2011.

The two-day conference “focuses on the intersection of gaming, immersive worlds, and social networking” and will see major figures from the free-to-play and social gaming sectors leading discussions and giving key insights.

“Searching for a way to increase profitability and awareness of your social game? At Social Gaming Summit, you’ll learn the strategies needed to build a long-term sustainable business in social gaming,” the organisers say.

“Given that social gaming is the fastest growing sector within the online gaming industry, this is a must-attend event for media owners and anyone involved in the games, mobile, social media, and entertainment markets.”

Speakers already on board include David Gardner (London Venture Partners), Dan Borthwick (playfish/EA), Christian Hernandez Gallrdo (Facebook), Owais Farooqui (Atari), Richard Firminger (Flurry), Hussein Chahine (Yazino), Peter Hofstede (Spil Games), Dan Keegan (OpenFeint), Nicholas Lovell (Gamesbrief) and Dan Mayers (We R Interactive).

A networking party is also scheduled for the evening of Monday 14th at Frankie’s Bar in Stamford Bridge, hosted by Platinum Sponsor Yazino.

You can register for the event here.

A Gold Passport, including access to all sessions and the cocktail reception, cost £450, with discounts available for groups. A one-day pass costs £350. Press can attend for free.

Develop readers can get a 15 per cent discount on the price of tickets by applying the following code to their order – DEV15.

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