There are just two weeks left until GameStop, Valve, Sega and PopCap will convene in London for the ultimate event dedicated to digital games.
The London Games Conference takes place on November 10th and will see 300 industry execs head to the UK capital.
Bright minds from global games industry leaders GameStop, Valve, PopCap, Miniclip.com, OnLive, and Sega will be on hand to share their experiences in the digital world, and how online and connected play has impacted retailers, publishers, format holders and developers.
Other sessions include: why DRM must be abolished, the dreaded threat of security hacks and information leaks, and an examination of how another industry – music – handled the digital transition.
Two key talks will include special audience-voting elements – and the event will include plenty of participation via Twitter and other social channels. Follow us @londongamesconf, hashtag #londongamesconf
LGC, which is sponsored by IGN and InComm, takes place at One Wimpole Street, in the heart of London.
The conference starts at 4pm (registration starting at 3.15pm) and is followed by dinner, drinks and networking.
Tickets cost £269 – but UKIE, Tiga and Game Republic members get a 10 per cent discount. Contact Hannah.Short@intentmedia.co.uk to book your place – or call her on 01992 535 646.
Key media including MCV and Develop, plus GamesIndustry.biz, Wired, The Guardian, T3, IGN and GameSpot will be reporting on the event.
For sponsorship opportunities contact Lesley.Blumson@intentmedia.co.uk or call her on 01992 535 646.