Develop: Brighton has revealed the first wave of speakers set to deliver talks when the conference returns from July 10th to 12th this year.
Among those to feature is Mag Interactive UK studio MD David Amor who will deliver a talk on how to create and scale free-to-play mobile games. The session will mainly draw from Amor’s journey from console to free-to-play mobile games and will include best practice for current and future games.
Vlambeer’s Rami Ismail will also participate in a one-on-one with indie developer Mike Bithell. The two will discuss their experiences over the last few years to help illustrate the pitfalls for younger developers to avoid, as well as consider what they think the future will hold.
Develop: Brighton will also feature speakers from Creative Assembly, Frontier Developments, BBC Studios, Wargaming, Sony London Studio and Unity Technologies.
The current crop of speakers makes up an initial 31 sessions, with more to be announced at a later date.
You can find out more on the Develop: Brighton website.