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Blockchain gaming has grown exponentially over the past few years and with cryptocurrency and NFTs becoming a hot topic, especially in 2021, it is important to cover these topics and understand how it all works.

At Pocket Gamer Connects London from February 14-15, you can hear top blockchain authorities share their thoughts on what blockchain means for any developer and discuss some of the best practices you can learn from working with crypto in your games.

There are now two weeks left until the UK’s leading gaming industry conference returns to London, with 1,500 gaming industry professionals, 225 expert speakers and over 700 businesses looking to network, connect and learn from each other.

The Building on Blockchain track looks at the basics of blockchain, extending to analyzing the technology that goes into the blockchain so you can start using it for your own games. We are proud to have ZEBEDEE join us as track sponsors as we aim to explore what blockchain means for the industry.

Keep reading to see the full track schedule.

Building on Blockchain, sponsored by ZEBEDEE: Tuesday, February 15

14:20 – To kick things off, we have ZEBEDEE’s Ben Cousens giving a talk about powering real-world economies in virtual worlds, as well as how programmable money unlocks more monetization and activity in games.

14:40 – Next is Venly’s Yan Ketelers with a superstar session on building blockchain games and NFT businesses for the masses.

15:00 – The first panel of the track is a discussion of the evolution of in-game economies and what the next step in progression might be. With industry experts: Jari Pauna from Supremacy Games, Carglar Eger from exmox, Susan Cummings from Tiny Rebel Games, Anton Backman from Play Ventures, Tony Pearce from Reality Gaming Group, Ben Cousens from ZEBEDEE.

15:40 – Following the panel, a session by Magmic’s Mohammad Agha examines the migration from casual game development to NFT-based games.

16:00 – Next is a session looking at how 2021 was the year of NFT and what could be next with Anomica Brands’ Robby Yung.

16:20 – This penultimate session aims to give audiences an understanding of the fascinating new gameplay and business opportunities made possible by blockchain, led by Tony Pearce of Reality Gaming Group.

16:40 – The track’s conclusion is a panel discussion on sustainable approaches to building and cultivating NFT and blockchain-based platforms and communities. Featuring: Hagan Dietz-Rosales of Uplandme, Karla Reyes of Niantic, Mason Edwards of the Tezos Foundation, Beryl Chavez Li of Yield Guild Games, Jerome Wurster of PlayTIX and Moritz Baier-Lentz of BITKRAFT Ventures.

Secure your tickets now

We now have digital and in-person tickets available on our website, don’t forget to purchase your tickets now if you haven’t already to reserve your spot at our February conference. Keep in mind that we also have discounted tickets for indie developers and students.

We’ll see each other there?


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