We're excited to announce our third meetup in Berlin. Reserve your place to hear from Peter Heinrich, Developer Evangelist with Amazon. Come along if you've ever wondered how to turn ordinary players into fans, advocates, and influencers.
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More about the event:
Amazon analysed top mobile games looking for trends and best practices to guide your own development as you work to fully realise your fan base. These are the people who ultimately fuel your user acquisition and engagement, and they include celebrities, industry experts, and content creators, in addition to loyal players. We'll present our research and describe how successful games extend their Minimum Viable Product to a Minimum Viable Business, based on game, monetisation, and user acquisition loops. We'll explore the importance of fans to alternative engagement and monetisation options.
This is meetup will be in English and is for all levels of devs. It’s also for the tech community that wants to share and learn whilst networking with like-minded individuals.
• 18:30 Doors open & registration - grab a beer & a slice of pizza and join the party
• 19:00 Hello & Welcome by Marc Wrobel
• 19:10 Transforming Players to Fans with Peter Heinrich
• 20:00 Any questions; prizes and wrap up
• 20:15 Networking - drinks & social
Speaker Bio: Peter Heinrich @peterdotgames (https://twitter.com/peterdotgames)
Peter Heinrich is a Developer Evangelist with Amazon, focused on best practices for creating apps on mobile platforms, mobile game design, coding, marketing, and monetization. Before Amazon, Peter was a full-time game developer for fifteen years, working on desktop and console titles before moving to online and mobile games. He co-founded indie game studios Smarterville and Zero Entertainment after working as an individual contributor for several large game makers.
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