Casual Connect Asia to Take Place Next WeekPublished May 13, 2016 by Elana K
Casual Connect Asia is an international event for anyone involved in the gaming and iGaming industry. It will take place between May 17-19 in Singapore, and will feature over 100 speakers.
Casual Connect Asia is an international event for anyone involved in the gaming and iGaming industry. It will take place between May 17-19 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Sentosa Island, Singapore, and will feature over 100 speakers from the leaders in the emerging markets of the games industry.
Attendees to Casual Connect Asia will have the opportunity to choose from a plethora of speakers covering a broad range of topics, including game design, social gaming, funding, next-generation technology and best practices. Some of the most-anticipated lectures are:
- Game Dissecting by Teut Weidemann, which will offer detailed insider information and analysis of what makes the best games tick.
- Evil Game Design Challenge, a tongue-in-cheek exploration of the new age of monetization.
- Developer success stories from industry big-names such as Matt Hall and Andy Sum of Crossy Road, Yiwei P’ng of Kurechii, and Jakob Lykkegaard of PlayLab.
Attendees to Casual Connect Asia will have access to exclusive networking events in which they can meet with fellow movers and shakers in the gaming and iGaming industry. Attendees will also be able to arrange one-on-one meetings with industry leaders.
One of the highlights of Casual Connect Asia is its Developer Showcase, which is designed to allow established game developers to foster relationships with other developers, gain exposure for their professional development teams, and learn how to succeed in the new games ecosystem. Attendees also benefit from the showcase, as they get to check out some of the best and brightest developers on the market.
The Indie Prize is a scholarship and competition that encourages creative forces within the gaming industry. At Casual Connect Asia, 15 teams will pitch their games and compete to win the top prize.
Registration can be done online, with varying options available, including standard, premium and groups fares, as well as the option to participate in the Developer Showcase or sponsor the event.