The Future of Social Games Brought to you by Roadhouse Interactive

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The Future of Social Games Brought to you by Roadhouse Interactive

Tuesday, August 9, 2011, 7:30 PM

Mozilla Vancouver

#209 – 163 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC (map)

This event is sponsored by:

Roadhouse Interactive
www.roadhouseinteractive.com

Roadhouse Interactive Ltd (RHI) is a next generation social online game production company founded by industry veterans with a collective track record of over US $2 billion in retail video game sales and extensive experience in the new production, development and operational models of social online games.

Playerize
www.playerize.com

Playerize is the first CPA network devoted solely to Social and Mobile gaming. Bringing publishers of games together with a marketplace of affiliates, Playerize offers an alternative to traditional on-network advertising.


Social Games are huge. They are getting bigger. But more importantly they are getting more interesting. What will social games look like in 2013?

Come hear four industry luminaries share their vision of the future of social games in a moderated panel format.

Moderator Mack Flavelle: Mack likes games and the Internet. He co-founded Compass Engine- a company that makes location based games. He is eager to share his opinions and learn from you.

Panel Members

Tarrnie Williams: Is the President of Roadhouse Interactive. Passionate about innovation, creativity, online and social gaming, and bringing the joy of interactive to an ever widening audience. 20 years of games industry experience, having served as studio head of Relic Entertainment, as well as multiple production and executive roles at Electronic Arts in their Vancouver and Los Angeles studios. During this time, Tarrnie has overseen award-winning game franchises across multiple genres, including Need For Speed, Medal of Honor, NBA Live, Dawn of War, Company of Heroes, and EA SPORTS Active.

Jason Bailey: Jason Bailey is a dynamic leader and entrepreneur known for his great sense of humor. He’s been involved in website building and development since 1998. His engineering specialties include SEO, SEM, CPA, Affiliate Marketing, Web usability, Web analytics, eCommerce, PHP, mySQL, and scripting languages. He is a game enthusiast and strategist and consults with game developers on a daily basis to help take their games to the next level. In 2006, Jason founded KITN Media, a leading CPA affiliate network, which evolved into Super Rewards in December of 2007. In just eighteen short months, Jason grew Super Rewards to become the world’s largest online virtual currency monetization platform, leading to the company’s acquisition by Adknowledge in July 2009.

David Ascher: David is in charge of Social and Communications at Mozilla. He is a student of games.

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