Besides building top-notch games ― as we’re known to do ―, we are always on the look for ways to enrich and better our industry ― either by evangelising social gaming, working with regulators and policy makers or helping in organising the social gaming community.
Just last week we helped with the merging of the Social Gaming Association, the organisation we co-founded back in 2011 to promote social gaming, with the ISGC (an US based organisation with the same goals as SGA) — thus creating a single, stronger entity to represent social gaming industry interests worldwide.
In the same vain, on 6th-7th November 2013, we’ll participate on the second annual Social Gambling Conference. The event, which will take place at Dexter House in London, will bring together industry experts in a series of presentations, panels and in-depth discussions pertaining to the present and future of social gaming.
Topics covered are many and varied, from “The conversion funnel from social to gambling” to the “Bitcoin’s place in social gaming” and even down to the mechanics and mathematics behind designing compelling slot games.
Our co-founder, Andrew Hughes will be discussing “The successful monetization of casino style games” at the conference, and judging from the speakers’ roster and the list of topics covered, it’s going to be two very interesting days for industry insiders, as well as an opportunity to bond, network and keep up to date on the latest developments in social gaming.
See you all there!
For more information on the 2nd annual Social Gambling Conference, visit the conference’s webpage.