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Matias Myllyrinne (Remedy Entertainment) will deliver a keynote speech on next-gen game development with all its challenges and risks. Moreover, Robert Tercek (Creative Visions Foundation), Bob Bates (formerly Zynga) and ...
The first confirmed speakers at this year’s Quo Vadis
The first confirmed speakers at this year’s Quo Vadis conference are Chris Taylor (Wargaming.net), Guido Henkel (G3 Studios) and Don Daglow. The Call for Participation has been extended until January 26. Proposals for workshops, discussion rounds and presentations can be submitted here.
Thank you all very much for your submissions.
The review has started and we´ll get back to you regarding your session between the 15th and 28th of February
You´re still able to edit your existing submissions or to signup for the Quo Vadis backend, for example to be properly listed as a participating speaker on panels - since every participant needs a profile.
Good news everyone,
we´ve received a flock of wonderful session proposals so far, but also a lot of requests to extend our deadline! And to help out the Call for Participation has been extended until January 26th! So, we´re still looking forward to your proposals! Best regards, Your Quo Vadis Program Staff
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