Organizers of the annual Browsergames Forum event in Offenbach, Germany, have issued a call for papers for this year's event, to be held at Offenbach's Capitol Theatre on November 5th and 6th.
The Browsergames Forum brings together developers, publishers, and investors in the web-based gaming space to discuss industry trends, business models, and advancements in technology. The second day of the event will feature a variety of educational workshops open to all attendees.
Last year's Browsergames Forum attracted over 450 trade visitors, and this year's event aims to broaden its reach.
"Boosted by last year's great success and international acceptance, this year's target is to strengthen the forum's international claim," said Robert Schmidt, Conference Manager of Browsergames Forum Ltd.
Browsergames Forum organizers are now accepting speech proposals covering the following topics:
- gameplay of next generation web-based games
- social games: lessons learned
- convergence / mobile devices
- fraud prevention (payment fraud, cheating, bots)
- metrics and monetization
Proposal papers must be submitted to [email protected]
by September 6, 2010 to be considered for inclusion in this year's conference.