DevGAMM Moscow 2014 expands with Unity, Vlambeer, Facebook and Wargaming

DevGAMM Moscow 2014 expands with Unity, Vlambeer, Facebook and Wargaming

Demonstrating the growing importance of games in Russia, the DevGAMM Moscow 2014 has announced its new setting and speakers.

Expanding into a 2 day conference on 15-16 May 2014, the international games event for mobile and online games will be held at Radisson Blu Slavyanskaya in central Moscow.

The keynote speaker for the first day will be Vlambeer's Rami Ismail, who'll be talking on the subject of Sincere Game Design.

Get your Unity

Other high profile speakers include Alexey Atomsky, who'll be talking about pre-production art in ZeptoLab's games, Facebook's Julia Ognieva and's Alexander Yatsukevich.

Speakers from Nival, Funtomic, RJ Games, AIGRIND and BoosterMedia will also be involved.

When it comes to day 2 of the conference, as well as two tracks of talks, there will be an entire track from Unity, with the keynote speaker being Unity CEO David Helgason, who will be highlighting the opening of Unity's Moscow office with a talk entitled The Value of Collaboration.

DevGAMM will also feature its Game Contest competition, a speed dating session for developers and publishers, a games expo exhibition, and most interestingly, Game Lynch, which is described as the public lynching of games by industry experts.

Organised by Renatus Media, you can see full details of the conference via its website.

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