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The Tencent Gateway to the China Market (Presented by Tencent Games)


Tencent America is pleased to sponsor Developers Day at the 2014 GDC Conference! Were very excited to feature some of our business partners that were currently working with in the West as well as in emerging markets. Come listen to our morning presentations from Tencent leaders in and outside of China and learn more about partnership opportunities, particularly in the mobile and free-to-play space. Throughout the day, youll have a chance to pitch your games, network and meet with some of our operations groups. Our goal at Tencent is to be a leader in fostering great partnerships with talented developers in a rapidly growing game development and publishing ecosystem.


10:30-12:00 PM " Join Tencent for the below sessions:

Steve Gray, Executive in Charge of Production, Tencent America

Opening remarks and introduction to Tencent

Jameson Hsu, General Manager WeChat USA, Tencent America

Join this session to learn about the power of WeChat and how it can help your game reach a user base of over 400M people around the world. Get an overview of WeChat and see how its changing the world of mobile games.

Cody Bye, President of ZAM

ZAM is the largest website network devoted to enhancing the experiences of online gaming communities. During the presentation, well discuss how developers can work with ZAM to improve player retention and engagement, lower CS costs, and allow players access to tools that will enrich how they play your game.

Matt Zitzmann, CEO & Founder, Kamcord

With Kamcords SDK, developers can easily allow their players to record their gameplays and share them with friends. This functionality harnesses players enthusiasm for a game to market it and drive downloads organically. Tencent has been instrumental from the earliest stages in Kamcords success, providing key intros such as connecting Kamcord with Epic Games, which resulted in a partnership with the Unreal Engine 3.

12:00-5:30PM " Open networking session with Tencent Games partners and studios.

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