Friday, 08 February 2013 10:37
Announcing The First Speakers!
Call for Participation and Early Bird Go into the Second Phase
Almost three months before the start of the event, we are pleased to confirm the first Quo Vadis 2013 speakers. Alongside Ed Fries (Former Vice President Microsoft Game Studios) and Al Lowe (Replay Games Inc.), visitors will see Jens Begemann (wooga), Klaas Kersting (Flaregames) and Teut Weidemann (Ubisoft / Blue Byte) give presentations and participate in panel discussions.
Our Call for Participation and our early bird discounts on tickets have both been extended to February 15, 2013. Those interested have the opportunity to apply for a workshop, discussion or lecture slot and submit topic suggestions with a focus on mobile, Free2Play and MMO gaming. As the conference will be held in English this year, we kindly ask for submissions in English.
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 00:00
Quo Vadis 2013 'Call for Participation' now online
For the past ten years the Quo Vadis been providing members of the games industry the chance to present the issues that are important to them, and share those issues with others, on a highly regarded platform. Here, representatives from every sector - whether developer, consultant, marketer, editor, etc - have the chance to play an active role in shaping the program of Germany's largest developer conference. Suggest your ideas now.
Thursday, 03 May 2012 00:00
Thank You for Making Quo Vadis 2012 a Success!
Quo Vadis 2012 brought together a community of over 1.500 game developers and business professionals from across Germany and Europe for three days of great talks, networking, party and learnings.
This year, Quo Vadis 2012 hosted over 130 speakers, including track keynotes from Lars Gustavsson (EA DICE), Michal Nowakowsky (CD Project RED), Heiko Hubertz (Bigpoint), Jens Begemann (Wooga), Hyunjik Bae (Nettention) and many more.
Thank you for being a part of this event and for supporting us with your great talks! We look forward to you joining us for Quo Vadis 2013 in Berlin!