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Keywords Studios backs GamesIndustry.biz Marketing Summit

The firm will showcase its marketing services at UK conference and networking event

Keywords Studios is the headline sponsor for this month's GamesIndustry.biz Marketing Summit.

The Summit will see talks from the likes of the BBC, 20th Century Fox, McLaren, Midia Research, and many more. Topics include streaming, influencer marketing, esports, gambling and relaunching ageing franchises. Attendees include Activision, Blizzard, PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox, Ubisoft, Warner Bros, Bethesda, Bandai Namco, Sega, Hi-Rez and more.

Keywords Studios is the world's biggest video game services specialist, and supports games creators with localisation, QA, art, audio, engineering and lots more. It also runs a series of marketing companies, which is fast becoming another major pillar of its business.

The event is now sold out, although we have some limited additional tickets still available. For more information, contact charlotte.nangle@gamesindustry.biz.

“We are very excited to partner with GamesIndustry.biz for this event,” says Keywords CMO Andrew Brown.

“Keyword Studios have built the most comprehensive video games partnership platform in the world. We have exceptional studios that can bring an incredible amount of expertise and support at every stage of the game development life cycle, including an unparalleled range of Marketing services. The GamesIndustry.biz Marketing Summit is an excellent opportunity to talk to some of the most influential people in the sector and we look forward to sharing some of our inspiring stories with them”

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