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Seven reasons why you can’t miss London Games Conference 2013

On the eve of new console launches, the November 13th London Games Conference will prepare you for the next-generation of games.

At LGC you will learn how to make hit games… and how to sell them.

LGC has assembled the brightest minds from world-leading businesses to address the new challenges in the video games market.

LGC tickets have sold out two years in a row. Click here to book your space now – tickets cost £269.

With 300 industry executives in attendance to exchange practical insight, inspiration and next steps on how to drive your business forward, you can’t afford to miss it.

The LGC agenda has 18 excellent speakers, but here are seven important reasons why you can’t miss it…

1. Martyn Gibbs will be there

The CEO of GAME is our first keynote. Is GAME one of your customers? Want to know the High Street firm’s digital plans? When GAME speaks, the games industry listens.

2. Google, Twitter, and Facebook

The world’s most important digital businesses already play a massive role in every gamer’s digital lives. Each will take to the stage to share their visions around promotion and discovery.

3. Get ahead of the numbers

Michael Pachter – the analyst most frequently cited in the video games market – will share analysis and insight on where things stand today, and where the opportunities are.

4. The brightest minds in games development

Sports Interactive, CCP, Bossa, Revolution. All are successful businesses combining the best of development and publishing. And all of them are on our stage, sharing their experiences, advice and expertise.

5. Find out what the whole world is watching

Game video has accelerated to combine entertainment with discovery. Twitch’s Jonathan Simpson-Bint will examine this huge audience growth and show what it means for game experiences and marketing.

6. Understand The Indie Revolution

Shahid Ahmad, Strategic Content at SCEE, describes how fantastic tools and digital distribution mean there has never been a better time to make a game.

7. Everyone else is going… and you get to meet them

Leaders and execs from the following companies are already set to attend:?2CV Research, Activision, Babel Media, Bad Management, Bossa Studios, Brand Culture – Sport and Entertainment, Catapult Business Solutions, CCP Games, Disney Interactive, DR Studios, EDGE10, Facebook, Frognation, GAME?Retail, Genie Ventures, Google, Green Man Gaming, Heaven Media, Indigo Pearl, Intent Media, Konami Digital Entertainment, Mediacom, Nordic Games, Olswang, OPM Response, Outer, Parker Consulting, Penguin Digital, Playground Games, PlayPinion, PlayStation, Revolution, Sega Europe, South Essex College, Sports Interactive, Testronic Labs, Think Jam, Twitter, Ubisoft, Ukie, Virtual Piggy, Vicon, Wedbush Morgan, Wikia, Wish Studios, Xbite and Yogscast

Convinced? Good. Click here to book your space now – tickets cost £269.

Otherwise call or email: Jennie.Lane@intentmedia.co.uk / +44 (0)1992 535 646

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