Mobile Games Forum Agenda Includes Social Online Gambling

Published Monday, December 02, 2013 - Online-Casinos.com
Mobile Games Forum Agenda Includes Social Online Gambling

The concept of social online gambling has been around for a while now. The maturing of this market is coming slowly but surely with online gambling operators sifting through the possibilities and opportunities in order to capitalize on the massive social network following in cyberspace.

The Mobile Games Forum is one way to stay tuned to the various and intricately connected world of mobile games and be on top of the new development s in this industry. Coming up January 22nd and 23rd of 2014 the Mobile Games Forum will be presented in London England. This a global event where over 400 of the industry’s most influential stakeholders, 120 speakers; including 29 of the top 50 developers in the world, 30 sponsors and key media converge set the agenda on the most important issues facing mobile entertainment.

The mobile games industry is embracing gambling and with an industry currently valued at around $70.3 billion and expected to surge to $86.7 billion by 2016 it is key to remain informed.

The Forum will offer thirty plus focused conference sessions, including panel debates and keynote speakers. There are also over thirty exhibitor stalls in the exposition area not to mention more than eleven hours of networking opportunity and contacts for contracts at the event. Topics on the agenda include Marketing & Monetisation, Mobile Vision, Platform & Distribution, End User Experience & Analytics, Technology and a very important aspect of the industry, Creativity.

As social gaming morphs into online social gambling there are companies that are moving fast to monetize their features. During this Mobile Games Forum the subjects covered will include the gaming ecosystem, and cross-platform and device applications, as well as the future of mobile gaming technologies. The issue of fragmentation of application programming interfaces and how they specify how some software components should interact with each other. The speaker list is impressive and this event is sure to enlighten on many levels.

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