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ELSPA confirms speakers for International Games Summit

With just over a month to go until the third annual ELSPA International Games Summit kicks off in London, a list of keynote speakers for the event has been announced.

With just over a month to go until the third annual ELSPA International Games Summit kicks off in London, a list of keynote speakers for the event has been announced.

Topping the bill are SCEE president David Reeves, NCSoft CEO Robert Garriott and Peter Moore, head of global marketing for Microsoft Xbox. Moore will deliver the first post-E3 Xbox 360 keynote speech at the event.

Other confirmed speakers include Alain Corre (Ubisoft), David Gosen (I-Play), Graeme Ferguson (Vodafone), Greg Ingham (Future) and Ben Keen (Screen Digest).

The event will also feature presentations from the UK Minister of Arts in the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, and Adrian Hall, head of multimedia, Department for Education and Skills.

The two-day summit is designed to attract not only the computer and videogames sector but all types of entertainment media.

"As we enter a new chapter in the history of computer and video games, the insights and opinions of the industry's leaders will make essential listening for anyone with a stake in the industry," said ELSPA director general Roger Bennett.

"In addition, the Summit offers an unparalleled opportunity for decision makers in convergent industries such as film, music and books to get to grips with the business potential for creating new IP in the gaming sector."

The ELSPA International Games Summit will take place on June 21-22 at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington. For more details and to book a place, visit the official ELSPA website.

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