On October 16-17, the White Nights conference took place in Moscow. Over its two days, around 1,500 participants attended, which is couple of hundred more than the previous year.
From 19 to 20 June, White Nights and Talents in Games conferences were held in St. Petersburg. 2,237 participants from 49 countries attended, which is the highest turnout for the operator of both events, Nevomedia.
Last week, the second White Nights CEO Summit took place in Barcelona. Around 200 top managers and high-level executives from 27 countries attended.
Every summer, the White Nights conference for game industry is preceeded by Finnish Game Day. This year is no exception.
With just slightly over two weeks before the CEO Summit, we catch up with Julia Lebedeva. Julia is the head of the White Nights Conference organizing committee and VP Business Development at Nevosoft.
Mobio Talks interviewed a couple of speakers from White Nights Moscow 2016, which took place on October 11-12. Today we publish the conversation of Anton Krokhmalyuk, CMO at Mobio, and Tanya Evdokimenko, former Head of the…
The next White Nights Moscow 2016 video is a presentation from Luis Cataldi from Epic Games. He shared some useful advices about how to get started in VR with Unreal Engine.
The next White Nights Moscow 2016 video is a presentation from Karel de Beule from PlayClips. He comments on how to use YouTube bloggers and opinion makers to acquire quality players.
We’re starting to post videos from our White Nights Moscow 2016 Conference. Here is the first one: Mattew Steinke from CD Project Red recreates the making of The Witcher series.
The White Nights Conference that will take place in Moscow in mid-October is to host the fifth championship of game projects made by independent studios – Indie Game Cup. We talked with Julia Lebedeva, chief organizer…