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Online Only Event: We will send you a meeting link once you sign up . This is a BIMA Member only session. For more information on becoming a BIMA Member visit the BIMA Site or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The open, social and creator-led nature of Web3 reflects a shift towards an internet driven by community-based values and behaviours. In this session PRELOADED will look at how play is building thriving communities on decentralised platforms, blockchains and virtual worlds.
This roundtable is hosted by Gina Roughan, Head of Content at comparethemarket.com and Alex Comyn, Brand Experience Planning Principal at AND Digital.
Limited to 12 attendees to allow for discussion. The Chatham House Rule applies and places are strictly limited to one per organisation. We hope you can make it.
Speaker line up:
Matt Vernon-Clinch, Strategy Director, PRELOADED
With a wealth of experience across established XR production studios, creative agencies and start-ups, Matt has worked within the emerging technology space for 15 years. Matt is a passionate technophile who enjoys the challenge of engineering a simple user-experience using appropriate technology and processes.
Oscar Swedrup, Senior Strategic Partnerships Manager, PRELOADED
With a background of working for BAFTA-winning games studios and app developers, Oscar draws upon his expertise in audience insights to help partners develop experiences that use emerging technologies in purposeful ways.
PRELOADED is a BAFTA-winning games studio working in XR, connected play and geospatial technologies.
We build games and immersive experiences to help organisations such as McDonald’s, Disney and BBC reach mainstream audiences, and partner with technology platforms such as Niantic, Magic Leap and Google to imagine the future.
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Tue, 03 May 2022
10:00 - 11:00