Final Line-Up for London Games Conference is In
The London Games Conference is designed to challenge the key “big-wigs” of the industry and allow them the chance to tell us about the future of gaming. Such a speech will be delivered by Ian Livingstone (a development legend) and Peter Molyneux (Lionhead Studios). Coupling this speech will for the first time see introduction of audience participation. Voting will take place on what the audience believe to be foreseeable outcome.
The final line-up for the third London Games Conference has been confirmed, following the addition of four speakers from leading online games firms PopCap, OnLive and Good Old Games plus analyst Nick Parker. Around 300 of the games industry’s finest will convene for London Games Conference, which takes place on 10 November 2011 at One Wimpole Street in central London.PopCap’s senior designer David Bishop and GoG.com MD Guillaume Rambourg will take part in a series of ‘micro-keynotes’ detailing the lessons learned as leading developers of online games. Casual gaming firm PopCap is best known for the likes of Bejewelled and Plants vs Zombies, and was earlier this year acquired by Electronic Arts.