Companies like Rovio, which beat all records last May by reaching 200 million downloads of its “Angry Birds” game, PopCap (150 Mil games installed worldwide) and Papaya Mobile (dubbed as the leading mobile social gaming platform in China by VCs and insiders alike) are fighting to make mobile gaming a more social and societal experience. But what is reality in China telling us? Who is really making money? What are the distribution channels and what games can really make it (and why)?
Join us on Monday to find out first hand with our outstanding panel composed of:
- Rovio (the company behind “Angry Birds”), with Henri Holm, SVP Asia.
- Papaya Mobile, with Richard O’Connell, VP of Marketing
- PopCap, with Leo Liu, CEO of PopCap China
– About Rovio & Angry Birds
- Interview with Peter Verstabacka of Rovio Mobile – Angry Bird’s Goal for 2011 in China: 100 million downloads, To Be The Most Copied
- Angry Birds Wants To Beat Disney in China Within 2 Years
– About Papaya
- Interview with Shen Si, CEO of Papaya – Papaya Mobile, Over 20 million Users
– About PopCap
MoMo Cost: 100 RMB payable at the door includes 2 beverages and canapes. All attendees MUST pre-register. Please feel free to forward an invitation to colleagues or others who might be interested.
Date & Time: Monday, Jul 25 2011 7:00 – 9:30 PM
Location: Kathleen’s 5 – Shanghai 5th Floor Shanghai Art Museum 325 Nanjing West Road (opposite the JW Marriott hotel, cross street Huangpi Nan Lu). Tel: 63272221 Map: http://www.kathleens5.com.cn/map.php