Facebook's Gareth Davis To Keynote At Evolve In London

Evolve in London have announced that Facebook’s Gareth Davis will be presenting the conference’s opening keynote. Davis, who was formerly with EA, Sega, and Pixar, is now the platform manager for games at Facebook. He will be giving an invaluable insight into creating social games on console, desktop, and mobile on the world’s largest gaming platform.

Evolve in London is a day-long event, which focuses on new technologies, new markets, and how to develop games for new platforms. It will no doubt be incredibly useful for aspiring developers, and anyone wanting to simply understand the various topics of the day a little more clearly.

It’s all looking like it’ll be a very useful event for almost anyone involved in the industry. To register for the event, visit evolveconference.com

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