The first wave of speakers confirmed to be attending the Mobile Games Forum 2014 have been announced by the conferences organiser.
Those set to take to the stage include Bryan Neider, COO at EA Labels, SEGA Europe CTO Chris Southall, Joan Da Silver, Rovio's creative director, Michael Bayston, sales director EMEA for King and Sebastian Kriese, Wooga's corporate development manager.
The event is conceived to offer delegates a chance to keep informed on the key themes in the sphere of mobile gaming, and hopes to welcome both veterans and rising stars of the sector.
“Since the very first MGF back in 2003, these events have acted as a bellwether for the crucial challenges facing the mobile games industry, as well as the incredible opportunities for success," said Uday Singh, CEO of the event's organiser OsneyMedia.
"With mobile exerting a bigger influence than ever on the wider gaming and entertainment industries, the rewards for choosing the right strategy have never been greater. MGF is a must-attend show for anyone looking to make an impact or understand what makes a successful mobile game.”
MGF 2014 conference takes place across January 22nd and 23rd next year at the Novotel London West hotel in London, attracting some 400 representatives of the mobile games space.
For more information visit the event's official website.