Quo Vadis 2016 Takes Over Berlin
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Quo Vadis 2016 Takes Over Berlin
8 April, 2016

Quo Vadis 2016 will take place from April 18 to April 20, 2016 at Station Berlin in Germany. The conference is part of International Games Week, a week-long event series in Berlin that connects game business, culture and technology. More than 3,000 visitors are expeced from all over the world.

The speakers:

We have them all. We have industry heavyweights, from David Helgason (Unity founder) to Avni Yerli (Crytek founder), from Kate Edwards (IGDA Executive Director) to Arthur Chow (6waves founder). We have legends like Don Daglow (who made Utopia for Intellivision back in 1981) or Matt Firor (Dark Age of Camelot). We have creative hotshots like the makers of indie smash hits such as Life is Strange, Superhot, Book of Unwritten Tales, Dungeon of the Endless or Unravel. We have speakers from leading companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Ubisoft, EA, Gamevil, Google, Gree, Epic Games and Gameforge.

Official Press Release

Take a look at the full schedule.

Quo Vadis is hosting two events, the BIU eSports Summit and the Golem Tech Summit.  The first is an exceptional gathering of eSports stakeholders, with speakers from eSports athletes SK Gaming, ESL-owners Turtle Entertainment, eSports researchers Dojo Madness and others. The Golem Tech Summit has a focus on machine learning, bringing bright heads from universities (i.e. TU München, Uni Münster, Uni Tübingen) and tech companies (i.e. Microsoft, Nvidia, Amazon) together.

The Indie Game Expo is another great feature, hosted in cooperation with Indie Arena. About 40 indie teams showcase their games there.

Journalists, Bloggers and Streamers can register for a 1 on1 demo or an interview here.

Source: official press release


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