[a]list summit New York will focus on how game marketing needs to evolve its tactics and embrace mobile, as the platform that goes everywhere the game consumer goes.
“As a sponsor of their last Mobile Gaming USA conference in San Francisco, we are thrilled to move our partnership with Video Games Intelligence forward by holding our event alongside Mobile Gaming USA East,” said Steve Fowler, General Manager of [a]list. “We’re thrilled to be bringing [a] list summit to the advertising and cultural hub that is New York City.”
Featuring senior speakers from SEGA, Zynga, Qualcomm, Chillingo, and Pocket Gems amongst other key players in the mobile gaming industry, Mobile Gaming USA East will be America’s first mobile gaming focused conference of 2013.
“The crossover between brands and games was a topic that we explored at our last Mobile Gaming USA conference, and you would be hard pressed to find anyone with more experience working with leading brands and game publishers than Ayzenberg and their [a] list group,” said Max Rollinger, Director of Mobile Gaming USA. “Video Games Intelligence is committed to producing exciting conferences for senior execs throughout the gaming community, and we’re excited to begin what we hope is the first of many conference partnerships together.”
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About Mobile Gaming USA East
Mobile Gaming USA East is bringing over 30 of the most innovative senior execs in the industry to New York on January 30-31, 2013 to discuss how they are approaching the challenges of an uncertain mobile gaming marketplace.
Major developers and publishers including SEGA, Zynga, Chillingo, GSN, Pocket Gems, and Freeverse are sending their key personnel to address some of the most important industry issues, from best practices for monetizing freemium games to the evolution of the developer/publisher relationship.
About the [a]list summit
The [a]list summit was founded in 2008 by Ayzenberg Group as a forum for exchanging ideas among video game industry thought leaders. Now a series of conferences held throughout the year, the [a]list summit covers forward-looking trends relevant to advertising and marketing in entertainment, video games and youth lifestyle products.