Amazon will hold a special workshop at the upcoming WN Belgrade’23 conference. The talk, aimed at a non-technical audience, will guide attendees through the different stages of a game’s lifecycle and provide insights into monetization, retention, and other metrics.
The workshop, scheduled for 3 pm (GMT+1) on February 9, is part of WN Belgrade’23, the upcoming business conference for developers and other games industry professionals.
It will be hosted by two Amazon Web Services representatives, Aleksei Kazmin (Key Account Manager) and Mikhail Ishenin (Solutions Architect). They will overview AWS’ services and solutions portfolio, focusing on real-life use cases and discussing other tools that Amazon provides for user acquisition, monetization, and retention.
Dmitriy Byshonkov, Global Business Development Manager at MY.GAMES, will join the workshop to share his experience of working with Amazon Web Services and to discuss how its tools could be useful for both emerging game studios and industry veterans.
WN Belgrade’23 is expected to gather over 1,000 attendees. The program includes talks from Demagog Studio CEO Igor Simic, Supergiant Games programmer Nikola Šobajić, game designer Fawzi Mesmar, and other industry experts.
Those who can’t attend the conference in person are welcome to join the WN Hub communication platform where all lectures and other online features will be available until February 25.