Connect with top gaming leaders in Los Angeles at GamesBeat Summit 2023 this May 22-23. Register here.
We’re happy to announce that we’ll have a session on the future of mobile gaming at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit 2023 event on May 22-23 at the Marina del Rey Marriott in Los Angeles. (The event will be accompanied by a third day of virtual content on May 24; use this code for a 40% discount: GBSDEANNEWS).
Our session will include Shlomi Aizenberg, chief operating officer at Playtika; Chris Plummer, senior vice president and co-head of mobile for Activision; and Lisa Anderson, executive vice president at Jam City. And Jordan Fragen, GamesBeat writer, will moderate the panel.
The session is being sponsored by Facebook Gaming. Mobile gaming has exploded in popularity over the past decade, with billions of people playing games on smartphones and tablets. But the market continues to change as gamer behaviors continue to change in the post-pandemic era. Mobile marketing continues to evolve, and the ecosystem is still in flux with acquisitions and new startups. We’ve got seasoned veterans to talk about these trends and more at the summit.
We’ll target the session at our high-end audience including game developers, publishers, analysts, industry experts, marketers, and more.
GamesBeat Summit 2023
Join the GamesBeat community in Los Angeles this May 22-23. You’ll hear from the brightest minds within the gaming industry to share their updates on the latest developments.
Our theme for the 15th-annual event is The Next Level. Over the years, we built GamesBeat Summit into THE event to meet the gaming thought leaders. Whatever the latest gaming trend is, whether it’s at the core of the industry or on its edge, we expose you to the best thinkers — and let you draw your conclusions about what could disrupt gaming next.
You can register here. Please don’t dally, as our super early bird pricing ends March 7 and our early bird pricing ends April 6. You can use this code for a 40% discount: GBSDEANNEWS.
Facebook Gaming is also sponsoring another big event at the summit. On May 23, we will hold our first-ever Diversity in Gaming breakfast. That breakfast will include a panel with Sheloman Byrd, COO of Streamline Studios; Latoya Peterson, cofounder and CXO and director for culture at Glow Up Games; the session will also feature two unannounced speakers. It will focus on finding diverse talent for gaming and metaverse projects.
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