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Tuesday, October 22 • 4:10pm - 5:55pm
Global Game Stars Competition

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William Heathershaw

Head of International Marketing, SkyMobi

Speakers
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Ed Fries

Co-Creator, Xbox
Ed Fries created his first video games for the Atari 800 in the early 1980s. He joined Microsoft in 1986, and spent the next ten years as one of the early developers of Excel and Word. He left the Office team to pursue his passion for interactive entertainment and created Microsoft... Read More →
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Nabeel Hyatt

Venture Partner, Spark Capital
Nabeel Hyatt has led notable Spark investments in Thalmic Labs (Myo), Picturelife, and assists with Oculus. Prior to joining Spark, Nabeel spent 15 years as a startup founder, CEO and head of product at the confluence of design and technology. Most recently, Nabeel served as GM at... Read More →
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Patrick Mork

Advisory Board, Onavo & Pocketgems
Patrick was previously global head of marketing for Google Play, Google’s app store, where he led the re-branding of Android market to Google play.  He was also responsible for customer acquisition, product marketing and was part of the executive team responsible for Play’s strategy... Read More →
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Alex Xu

Alex Xu join Perfect World since march 2010, now position as senior vice president of business development and investment. Before join Perfect World,  Alex was strategy investment director of Giant Group.  Alex has 18 years experience in Game/Internet field, 7 years entrepreneurship... Read More →
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Nick Yang

Chairman, China Young Angel Investor Leader Association
University of Michigan BSEE in 1997 | MSEE from Stanford University in 1999 | | In 1998, co-founded community site ChinaRen.com, invested by Goldman Sachs, Partnership fund of KKR, and Joho capital. | ChinaRen.com became 4th largest website in China before selling to Sohu.com (NASDAQ:SOHU... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2013 4:10pm - 5:55pm
Stage C

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