Free-to-play mobile games to be highlighted at GamesBeat 2011

Today we’re revealing the sixth set of speakers for our third annual GamesBeat 2011 conference. Our newest slate of speakers will be part of a panel on the free-to-play mobile gaming market. They include Jeferson Valadares, general manager of games at Flurry; Gabe Leydon, chief executive of Addmired; Lou Fasulo, chief operating officer of Z2Live, and Dave Casteluovo, CEO of Bolt Creative.

More new speakers for GamesBeat 2011

Today we’re revealing the fourth set of speakers for our third annual GamesBeat 2011 conference. Our slate of speakers will include Tim Merel, managing director of Digi-Capital, Sana Choudary, co-founder of YetiZen game startup accelerator, and Jennifer Lu, director of business development at TinyCo.

Our next set of speakers for GamesBeat 2011

Today we’re revealing the second set of speakers for our third annual GamesBeat 2011 conference. Our slate of speakers will include David Ko, senior vice president of mobile games at Zynga, the world’s largest social game company; Si Shen, chief executive of mobile social platform company PapayaMobile; and Peter Relan, founder of YouWeb, the incubator that has created such social/mobile gaming companies as OpenFeint, CrowdStar, iSwifter and Sibblingz.

Announcing first speakers at GamesBeat 2011 conference on mobile games

Drum roll please. The first announced speakers at our third annual GamesBeat 2011 conference include Steve Perlman, chief executive of games-on-demand firm OnLive; Bart Decrem, head of mobile games at Disney and former chief executive of Tapulous; and Trip Hawkins, chief executive of Digital Chocolate. This trio is the first of numerous speaker announcements we’ll have as we release more details about VentureBeat’s GamesBeat 2011, which will take place July 12-13 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

Pitch your hot mobile startup at MobileBeat 2011!

It’s that time of the year again: VentureBeat’s MobileBeat 2011 conference is coming up on July 12 – 13 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. This year our theme is “Who wins in the 4G nirvana?” We’ll be focusing on the rise of 4G and what it means for every aspect of the mobile industry.

Pitch your startup at the "Who's Got Game?" contest at GamesBeat 2011

Our GamesBeat 2011 conference is coming up on July 12-13 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. This year’s conference is focused on the meteoric rise of mobile games and looks at best cases for money-making and growing user bases in mobile games. We’re calling it Mobile Games Level Up. And it will feature our third annual edition of the “Who’s Got Game?” contest that highlights the best game startup.