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E3Expo Seeks Topics and Speakers for 2006 ConferenceInvites all game industry professionals to submit speaking proposals (October 26, 2005)
E3Expo, the world's leading interactive entertainment trade event, invites all game industry professionals to submit speaking proposals to be considered for the 2006 E3Expo Conference Program. Professionals are encouraged to submit relevant, interesting and topical session ideas for consideration by the conference producers. Those who are chosen to participate in the program will have the opportunity to share their knowledge and expertise with the more than 2,000 conference program attendees.
The upcoming program will focus on the following areas:
-- Market research and what it's telling the game industry about today's digital entertainment consumer
-- The slow, steady and inevitable rise of the casual game marketplace
-- How the PSP, DS and 3G handsets are redefining the future of portable gaming
-- Where gaming fits in to an all-digital, on-demand entertainment ecosystem
-- Casual game success stories from Asia and Europe
-- New technologies in mobile communications and how they are accelerating change in wireless gaming
-- Digital distribution: Are we there yet?
-- The new generation of home consoles and their impact on the economics of game development and publishing
-- How to prepare for the arrival of massively cross-platform gaming
Speakers are considered VIP guests of E3Expo. If you are chosen to participate, you will receive a complimentary pass to the Conference Program and E3Expo show floor, as well as access to the speaker's lounge.
HOW TO SUBMIT:
A CALL FOR SPEAKERS SUBMISSION FORM IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.E3EXPO.COM
Submission Deadline: November 18, 2005
Conference Program Dates: May 10 - May 12, 2006
-- Prominent players in the interactive entertainment industry from more than 7 countries.
-- Attendees include developers, retailers, distributors, programmers and publishing executives.
-- Members of the international financial community, including investment bankers, venture capitalists and analysts.
-- Members of the global press, including those from all major broadcast, print and electronic media outlets.
E3Expo is wholly owned and operated by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the U.S. association dedicated to serving the business and public affairs needs of companies publishing interactive games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers and the Internet. For more information, visit www.theESA.com.
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