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The speaker roster of Quo Vadis 2015 grows.
The first 40 sessions are online now. Take a look here: http://qvconf.com/all-sessions-quo-vadis-2015. The expanded line-up of top international speakers to appear from 21 to 23 April 2015 in Berlin now also includes: Kate Edwards from IGDA, Andrew Sheppard from GREE, Joost van Dreunen from SuperData Research, Marek Ziemak and Kacper Kwiatkowski, the guys behind „This War Of Mine“, Timo Ullmann from Yager, known for a beauties called Dreadnaught or Dead Island 2 and Ed Fries, Microsoft Game Studios founder and advisor, are all part of Quo Vadis 2015. Still got no ticket for Quo Vadis? Our speaker line-up also includes games industry leaders from Sledgehammer Games, BioWare and Remedy Entertainment. These should be more than enough reasons to grab your ticket here: http://qvconf.com/tickets.
We are very happy and proud to announce the first speakers for Quo Vadis 2015. Major experts of the games industry will come to Berlin from 21 – 23 April 2015.We are looking forward to having the producers of “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare”, Michael Condrey (Co-Founder & Studio Head of Development) und Glen Schofield (Co-Founder & General Manager) from Sledgehammer Games, at Quo Vadis 2015. Also, Dorian Kieken, Development Director at BioWare, will make the trip from Montreal, Canada. Being the producer of „Mass Effect 2“ and „Mass Effect 3“, he'll surely have some valuable insights into the producing of video game blockbusters to share. Finally, after a fantastic talk at last year's Quo Vadis, Remedy Entertainment CEO Matias Myllyrinne joins us once again.2015 will also be the first time that Quo Vadis takes place at two locations.You really shouldn’t miss that. See you next April in Berlin!
First, we would like to thank all of you for submitting a proposal for Quo Vadis 2015. So far, we've already received many distinctly great proposals. We appreciate your support very much. To give more of you the chance to contribute to the program of Quo Vadis 2015, we've decided to extend the Call until the end of December. All of you who missed the first Call will get a second chance to share their ideas with us. Until 31 December you can submit your proposals here: http://qvconf.com/news/call2015.
We are looking forward to your proposals. See you in Berlin from 21 – 23 April next year!
Edit 15.01.2015: The advisory board and us are assessing all submissions right now, we will get back on all proposals until mid February.
Be in good company with other great speakers and submit your session proposal for Quo Vadis 2015 now!
From 1st of October to 1st of December presentation proposals for Europe’s longest-standing game developers’ conference may be submitted in English. Quo Vadis has been held since 2003, and in its upcoming installment from 21 to 23 April as part of the 2015 INTERNATIONAL GAMES WEEK BERLIN will be welcoming game developers, industry professionals and students at Berlin’s Café Moskau. Apart from expert panels and workshops presented by internationally renowned members of the developer scene, visitors can look forward to an expanded Business Area with additional room for exhibitors and the newly introduced “Pitch & Match” business format.
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Quo Vadis '14 is over, but the things that happened there remain.
The biggest QV so far with more than 2500 participants, including all parties and side events, could also expand their star-potential with a lot of awesome speakers and guests. 170 speakers had come to propose answers to such questions in a total of 110 lectures and workshops. Among the presentations were contributions from Amazon, Google, Sony, Microsoft, CD Projekt RED and CCP Games.
In his talk, Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, head of CCP Games, voiced his thoughts on no less than saving the world: If developers were able to shift people’s urge to consume toward the virtual domain, real resources could be conserved. This would require highly immersive game worlds which allow players to truly live out their emotions, personality and desire for self-fulfilment in the game.
It was one of the hottest topics in our industry over the last weeks - and now it's official: Sony will talk about Project Morpheus at Quo Vadis next week in Berlin!
Sony Computer Entertainment recently announced "Project Morpheus" - a virtual reality system that takes the PlayStation®4 system to the next level of immersion and demonstrates the future of gaming. ...