Twitter, Google, YouTube and Phil Harrison to speak at key industry event

Only 17 seats left at next week’s London Games Conference

A handful of tickets are left for next week’s LGC – can you afford to miss this conference and networking event with headline talks from Phil Harrison, EA, Google and Twitter?

Click here to book your seat at the event now. Alternatively email or call / +44 (0) 1992 535 646.

The November 21st event takes place at One Wimpole Street and starts at 4pm for four hours of conference followed by dinner and networking. The theme is digital discovery and distribution for games.

Twitter and Google are to host talks looking at how gamers behave online, while other sessions will look at the rise of YouTube in games marketing and the future of the games console.

Elsewhere, Phil Harrison will deliver his first public address since joining Xbox earlier this year, and EA’s free-to-play boss will offer a frank appraisal of the business models good and bad sides. 

300 execs are attending – with over 100 representatives from different businesses in video games looking to grow their business and succeed in a rapidly-changing market.

Don’t miss out – tickets cost £269 with discounts for UKIE, Tiga and Game Republic members. Click here to book your ticket now. Alternatively email or call / +44 (0) 1992 535 646.

London Games Conference is supported by Platinum Partner Meteor Entertainment, with Gold Partners from 6WavesQinqo and Microsoft plus Event Partner Heaven Media.

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