Online Game Services Announces Support for Evergreen Events' Global Games Summit, Online Game Development Conference.
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James Hursthouse, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of OGSi, commented: "OGSi is proud to support the Global Games Summit and the Online Game Development Conference. GGS addresses the needs of games companies as the industry becomes increasingly global while OGDC has a sharp focus on the growth and rapid evolution in the online space. Both trends directly impact OGSi and the games industry at large. I think these smaller, focused events serve the industry extremely well."
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Visit http://www.globalgamessummit.com for the latest news and information, including registration, the most current speaker list, agenda and more.
The Online Game Development Conference, May 10th and 11th, again at the Fairmont Olympic in Seattle, presents game developers forward-thinking, in-depth answers to the challenges facing the rapidly evolving online segment of the game development industry.
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Visit http://www.ogdc2007.com for the latest news and information, including registration, the most current speaker list, agenda and more. To be on the fast track to receive updates, join the official conference mailing list.
"It's really exciting to have conferences of this type in the Seattle area," stated Joe Ludwig, director of development, Flying Lab Software. "Many Flying Lab staff members are looking forward to attending OGDC. In particular, the push for high quality talks and peer reviewed papers should help the conference stand out."
About Evergreen Events
Evergreen Events, Inc. http://www.evergreenevents.org is a Seattle area-based producer of conferences and events for the interactive entertainment industry. Evergreen Events is dedicated to the enrichment of both established and aspiring professionals through innovative first-class events offering exceptional content that is compelling, educational, and cogent. Its directors and advisors bring over a century of collective success in the game industry.
About Online Game Services Inc.
Online Game Services Inc. has been refining its game service provider business model since its inception in June 2004. The company now works with a number of online game companies, providing them with fully-managed dedicated game hosting services, comprising best-of-breed server and network infrastructure, and expert network design, deployment and operations. OGSi's "pay-as-you-grow" business model offsets much of the risks and costs associated with online game deployment and operations. For more information about OGSi, visit http://www.onlinegameservices.com, contact email@example.com, or call 408-333-9663.