GamesBeat hits the road for mobile gaming events in New York and Seattle

VB EVENT: GamesBeat is pleased to announce two “roadshow” events on mobile gaming influencers in New York and Seattle in June. At each event, we’ll have a discussion about the rise of influencers and their impact on the $34 billion mobile gaming market. We’ll discuss the best way to approach with influencers and how to work with them. We’ll have several perspectives on the topic, and we’ll welcome audience participation.
Above: Jesse Divnich, vice president of insights and strategy at Tilting Point.Image Credit: Tilting Point
Everybody knows that the world of influencers is increasingly important, particularly as the cost of user acquisition has become astronomical. Getting your game in front of the right influencer isn’t easy, but we’ll have some experts who know how to navigate it. We’ve got our own views on the subject in a report dubbed Gaming Culture 2016, by VB’s own Stewart Rogers.
Please save the dates below, and we’ll fill in the details soon.
We’ll kick off with an event in New York City at the Breslin at the Ace Hotel on June 21, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Our speakers will include a gaming influencer and mobile game executives. One of the speakers will be Jesse Divnich, the vice president of product strategy and insights at Tilting Point. New York-based Tilting Point has had hits such as Dino Bash and Tropical Wars. Divnich was previously well-known as the vice president of insights and analytics at EEDAR, one of the leading game industry research firms.
Above: Amber OsborneImage Credit: Amber Osborne
We will do the Seattle event at Quality Athletics on June 23, at 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Our speakers in Seattle will include influencer Amber “Miss Destructo” Osborne, the cofounder and chief marketing officer at Meshfire, an artificial intelligence-driven social media management software in Seattle. Osborne is also the former vice president and cofounder at Head of Lettuce Media, which specializes in social media brand management and consulting.
Currently, her social media software company Meshfire was listed by VentureBeat as the top-ranked social media management software for small and medium-sized businesses. Osborne has been a catalyst in the marketing, business development, product development, community building, and machine learning processes behind Ember (Meshfire’s AI/Machine Learning component) since the company started in 2012. In the last year, Osborne has also successfully switched Meshfire’s marketing vertical with customers primarily in the video game and entertainment industries, such as Sony, Bungie, 3D Realms, Wargaming, and Cyan Worlds.
We’ll have a couple of more speakers for each event soon. I will moderate both the New York and Seattle sessions.
Our events are sponsored by Samsung, which is looking for mobile game developers for its platforms. And I’m scouting around for interesting companies to write about. The price is free, but we’ll be prioritizing mobile game development leaders. We’ve got room for a few dozen at each event. Here’s the link to apply for a spot in New York and a separate link to apply for a spot in Seattle.
GamesBeat hits the road for mobile gaming events in New York and Seattle
GamesBeat hits the road for mobile gaming events in New York and Seattle



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