Cousens joins line-up of industry all-stars taking part in November’s London Games Conference
Sixteen of the brightest minds in video games will convene at the second London Games Conference in two weeks time.
The 16 industry all-stars will discuss ‘Survival and Profit in a Changing Industry’, as the event focuses on new revenue models and routes to market for both new and established companies in the interactive entertainment industry.
Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens and Playfire chief Kieran O’Neill are the latest to join a speaker line-up of heavyweights including keynote speaker Bigpoint CEO Heiko Hubertz and Gaikai’s David Perry, plus Q Entertainment CEO Shuji Utsumi, Capcom’s David Reeves, and key execs from GameStop, IGN and Screen Digest. Ed Vaizey, the Secretary of State for Culture, Communications and Creative industries, will also be on hand to close the event with a 10-minute address.