Connect with gaming and metaverse leaders online at GamesBeat Summit: Into the Metaverse 3 this February 1-2. Register here.

gamification summitThe Gamification Summit (January 20-21, 2011 in San Francisco) brings together top thought leaders in game mechanics and engagement science for the first time.

Hear what works and what doesn’t in this dynamic, fast-moving field through case studies, workshops, keynotes and panels delivered by experts such as Gabe Zichermann (author, Game-Based Marketing), Amy Jo Kim (gamification guru) and Jane McGonigal (TED fellow, author debuting her new book) and network with leaders in the space.

Attendees of Gamification Summit 2011 will learn how game mechanics and the new science of engagement are rewriting the rules of brand marketing, product design and customer acquisition.

While this event is officially sold out, you can register now with to get access to the entire day of sessions (with 30 days to watch and review*) featuring speakers like Neal Freeland from Microsoft and Jesse Redniss from Comcast/NBC. There are in-depth case studies, raucous panels and blockbuster keynotes planned for the summit – it truly is the next best thing to being there.


GamesBeat Summit: Into the Metaverse 3

Join the GamesBeat community online, February 1-2, to examine the findings and emerging trends within the metaverse.

Register Here

You simply can’t get this kind of Gamification wisdom in any other setting.

Register now through Jan 14th to take advantage of special $149 Early Bird pricing. After Friday, the price goes up to $199, so get signed up now.

*Note: while we make every effort to ensure that sessions are viewable live in real-time on Jan 20th, we cannot be responsible for any technical issues that may make part of the day’s content unwatchable. Additionally, some sessions may not be available for archival viewing.

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