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Friday, April 22 • 15:00 - 16:30
State of the Gaming Industry with the Co-founder of Electronic Arts FILLING

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In the past 2-3 years the gaming industry dramatically changed. In this rapidly growing industry the rules are different, traditional game development is there but what comes next?

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avatar for Ádám Beczkiewicz

Ádám Beczkiewicz

Designer/Director, Adam Beczkiewicz
From his early age he is interested in visual communication and game development. He started to work on his first game at age of 10. He feels lucky himself because his dream came through, he could work as visual designer, he worked on mobile games to video clips. He was responsible... Read More →

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Jeff Burton

Co-founder, Investor, Electronic Arts
Jeff was the third employee of Atari’s International Home Computer Division, responsible for its business development throughout Europe and the Middle East. He joined former classmates as a founding team member of Electronic Arts in 1982.  There he led the company’s international... Read More →
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Joseph Cleary

Lead Game Designer, Emotional Robots Inc. ,Siesta7 Games
Joseph Cleary is Co-Founder and Lead Game Designer for Siesta7 Games. A new start-up located in Budapest who’s first game is set for release this summer. With humble beginnings as an indie developer, to working with major publishers, Joseph has been at the forefront of the game... Read More →
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Tamás-Varga

Founder and CFO of Statzup, Statzup
Spent the first 10 years of his professional career on various areas from finance to marketing, mostly as a consultant. Based on experience from consulting various sports clubs and rights owners, founded Statzup in 2012. The basic aim was to make the "moneyball" side of sports statistics... Read More →


Friday April 22, 2016 15:00 - 16:30
Mosaik Space 1136 Budapest, Pannónia u. 32.