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Develop issues call for 2010 speakers

Brighton event in July to once again feature Evolve day of sessions focusing on new tech

The company which organises the Develop Conference in Brighton has issued a call for papers for this year's event, which will take place on the UK's south coast from July 13-15.

Anybody wishing to submit proposals for conference sessions may do so via the official website until the deadline of March 25.

The event, now in its fifth year, will see the Evolve day return to kick off the conference following a popular showing last year, including an in-depth look at the Gaikai service from David Perry.

Subjects expected to be covered during the Evolve day this year include:

  • New platforms, from Android and iPhone to PSP Go and Facebook
  • New technologies, such as 3D TV and fusing games with broadcast media
  • New markets - both geographic, such as China and Brazil, and demographic, such as the ultra-casual market and educational games for classrooms

"The Develop Conference has always prided itself on being an event created by developers for developers," said Andy Lane, MD of Tandem Events. "So, as well as inviting speakers directly, the call for submissions offers developers the chance to help shape the programme themselves."

GamesIndustry.biz Network members are now able to add this year's Develop to their event attendance list for 2010, thereby enabling them to arrange meetings with other members at the Brighton show nearer the time.

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