The Mobile Games Seminar unveiled today an all-star roster of speakers offering technical sessions on programming, production, post-production and design, as well as high-level business discussions. The event serves developers looking to grow the skills, knowledge and tools crucial to shortening mobile game development and production cycles.
The Mobile Games Seminar is presented by the CMP Game Group, organizers of the largest global event dedicated to video game creation and parent company of Gamasutra.com, the Game Developers Conference (GDC), and will take place Thursday and Friday, September 27-28, 2007 at the Los Angeles Marriott Downtown.
Speakers include leading executives from Benchmark Capital, Capcom Interactive, Digital Chocolate, EA Mobile, Four Corners Development Group, G3 Studios, Greystripe, I-Play, Mofactor, Nokia, PlayPhone, Thumbplay, Tira Wireless, Venrock Ventures, Zingy, and more.
Some of the key sessions presented at the seminar include:
- "Put the Fun in Funding: Mobile Games Investments of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"
- "The Road Not Taken: Alternative Channels to Tier-1 Distribution"
- "Work for Hire Attorneys: Revenue Share Deals"
- "Bridging the Gap: Different Views on How to Cross Platforms"
- "Creative Techniques in Game Design"
- "Publisher Under the Microscope"
- "How to Run a Porting Team Like Genghis Khan"
- "Quick Tips for Tighter ARM Assembly Code"
- "Client-Server Strategies for Mobile"
"We're thrilled to announce such a strong line-up of content that proves the industry's leading players share our goals and are committed to making this event a valuable proposition for mobile game developers wanting to further their technical and practical skills," said Evelyn Donis, conference manager. "The seminar strives to provide the mobile game development community the tools necessary to develop unique game applications from design to production to distribution in shorter development cycles."
The Mobile Games Seminar also offers a chance for attendees to network with industry professionals and exchange ideas and information of common challenges involved in the development of Mobile games. The two-day event will include an exhibit area and an evening reception on Thursday, September 27.
Attendees who register before August 3rd will save up to 31% on seminar passes. Registration and the current line-up of speakers and sessions are available online at the official Mobile Games Seminar website