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Games Industry Law Summit is the annual invite-only event for in-house counsels & law firms active in the games industry. Newsletter: .
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GamesLawSummit May 13
What we’ve been doing today: exploring the possible new venue for Summit 2020. If this come through, then we will still have lunches and reception/closing dinners at Kempinski – while the talks & the formal dinner will happen at the palace. And we can fit up to 220 attendees!
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GamesLawSummit May 5
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For example, one may argue that just a handful of global games companies are racking up the majority of legal challenges. On one hand, issues blow up unexpectedly once you cross the threshold. On another, until they do, it’s easy to assume that they won’t, based on previous exp.
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GamesLawSummit May 5
As a part of next year’s program, maybe we can discuss how “fat tails” apply to risks in games industry – which in turn defines the internal compliance process at global games companies?
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GamesLawSummit May 4
Have you noticed this message on the inside wall of every attendee box? Take a cookie if you know what it’s about! 🍪
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GamesLawSummit May 3
We’re in the last 15 minutes of this year’s Summit. We cannot thank enough all the wonderful speakers hi contributed their time and expertise! Your passion and your community spirit are the driving force behind the Summit.
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GamesLawSummit May 3
The last panel of this year’s Summit: Sean Kane of talks about the issues related to Advertising to Minors, with Sara MacDonald (), (Kim & Chang) and Vanessa Pareja Lerner (DCA).
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Here’s of and Jennifer Kelly of Fenwick & West and Janne Salminen of Rovio and Katya Nemova of Wargaming talking about the practical aspects of cloning in the games industry.
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Graham Hann of presents on the issues of Gaming Addiction/Gambling Mechanics with a panel of (Kim & Chang), Marc Mayer () and Giulio Coraggio (DLA Piper).
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GamesLawSummit May 3
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Games industry M&A panel with Mike Turner (TaylorWessing), Ciaran Hickey (Wiggin) and Sung-Uk Park (Kim & Chang).
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Replying to @TaylorWessingUK
Mike Turner of shares his experience on M&A in the international games industry.
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Here’s of giving a games industry legal update on the UK to 200 attendees of the Summit.
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Here’s of moderating a discussion on GDPR, with (Activision Blizzard) and Darya Firsava (Wargaming).
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GamesLawSummit May 3
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Bart De Moor (Strelia) and Claas Oehler (IHDE) discussed the issue of dealing with the possible insolvency of game company’s development or publishing partner.
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Replying to @the1gardner
Here’s the all-star panel on ’s presentation: Canon Pence (Epic Games, 🇺🇸) – Janne Salminen (Rovio, 🇫🇮) – Chia-Chi Li (Tencent, 🇨🇳) – Katya Nemova (Wargaming, 🇨🇾).
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GamesLawSummit May 3
Replying to @the1gardner
We’ve got the audience packed for the first presentation of Day 2: talks about the monetisation challenges of F2P games, joined by a panel of in-house counsels from Epic Games, Wargaming, Rovio and Tencent.
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GamesLawSummit May 2
Replying to @the1gardner
The opening presentation of the day is F2P Montisation Challenges by with Katya Nemova (Wargaming), Canon Pence (Epic Games), Janne Salminen (Rovio) and Chia-Chi Li (Tencent) that starts in about two hours.
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GamesLawSummit May 2
Good morning, everyone! We hope you enjoyed last night’s Formal Dinner. Today we start at 1000, with coffee and snacks available in the foyer from 0900.
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GamesLawSummit May 2
Replying to @GamesLawSummit
Fourth round: Nav Sunner vs Nic Murfett!
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Jari-Pekka Kaleva May 2
Finland is the place for games law talent as well. Congratulations team Cosmic Finns, Sanna Luoma, Jesper Rantatulkkila and Ella Schröder, for the third place in the legal challenge.
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GamesLawSummit May 2
Replying to @IPLawyerKostya
Third round: Vlad Arkhipov vs !
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