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London Games Conference 2012 Countdown: Will your games ever get found again? - 6fe225105840926b321235643af80e65

London Games Conference 2012 Countdown: Will your games ever get found again?

London Games Conference 2012 Countdown: Will your games ever get found again?

London Games Conference 2012 Countdown: Will your games ever get found again? - 6fe225105840926b321235643af80e65Getting your game discovered in the face of today’s saturated market and fragmented audiences is a key issue at theLondon Games Conference 2012Book your tickets here and take advantage of our early bird offer.

The conference will host a talk by Google’s Warren Mills, industry manager for entertainment, games market specialist. He will explain search trends in gaming and what they mean during the life cycle of a game – from first announce through to post-release DLC.

This focused presentation is vital for anyone looking to ensure their games reach the biggest possible audience across search, YouTube, mobile and the Google display network.

The London Games Conference 2012 is focussing on the challenges of digital discovery and distribution.

Organiser Intent Media, publisher of MCV and Develop, has assembled a group of games industry executives to talk on these key issues from across the media and gaming sectors.

Speakers include IGN, Twitter, ISFE, EA Origin, Sega, Gamesbrief, Disney, Meteor Entertainment and theYogscast.

The event takes place in Central London from 4pm on Wednesday, November 21st 2012, and combines a conference with networking drinks and dinner. Meet senior executives from across the games industry and get practical insight, inspiration and next steps on how to drive your business forward.

Click here to buy tickets for the London Games Conference and take advantage of our early bird offer. Only eight weeks to go!

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