Last chance for London Games Conference early bird

Hurry! Today is the final chance to buy passes for this year’s London Games Conference at the reduced rate of 229.

The November 10th conference has speakers from GameStop, Valve, OnLive, PopCap and many more lined up to talk about the digital games market.

And until 6pm BST, our early bird rate lets you get 40 off the price to attend.

To book a place, contact, or call her on 01992 535 646.

LGC takes place at One Wimpole Street. The event kicks off at 4pm for four hours of incisive keynotes and talks about the digital issues the games industry faces, with perspectives from retailers, digital distributors and publishers. The conference is followed by dinner and networking.

300 execs are expected to attend the event, which is now in its third year.

Gold sponsors include IGN UK and InComm. More high-profile sponsorship slots are available – contact or call 01992 535 647 for more details.

Follow LGC on Twitter at @londongamesconf – hashtag #londongamesconf


Jason Holtman, Head of Biz Dev, Valve; Mike Mauler, International EVP, GameStop; David Bishop, Senior Designer, PopCap; Tom Paquin, CTO OnLive; Peter Molyneux, Founder, Lionhead; Ian Livingstone, Life President, Eidos; John Clark, UK MD, Sega; Feargal Sharkey, CEO, UK Music; Nick Parker, Screen Digest; Nicholas Lovell, GamesBrief; Prof Peter Sommer, Digital Forensics Expert; Guillaume Rambourg,


4pm Opening Remarks
4.05pm OPENING KEYNOTE: GameStop (MikeMauler)
4.35pm The Digital Transition: The Winners and Losers (Nicholas Lovell)
4.55pm Sega & Digital Distribution (John Clark)
5.15pm Digital Developers Share Their Secrets (Guillaume Rambourg, and David Bishop, PopCap)
5.35pm The Future of Video Games (Peter Molyneux & Ian Livingstone)
6.15pm Coffee Break
6.40pm What Video Games Can Learn From Music (Feargal Sharkey)
7.00pm The 5 Events That Will Change Video Games (Nick Parker)
7.10pm Video Game and Digital Security (Professor Sommer)
7.30pm OnLive & Cloud Gaming (Tom Paquin)
7.50pm CLOSING KEYNOTE: Valve (Jason Holtman)
8.20pm Dinner & Networking

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