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Our outstanding speakers set the scene for the discussions and deals that are made around the summit. The networking functions then allow our attendees an opportunity to mingle with the speakers, delegates and companies that are driving growth in games today. Below, you'll find a breakdown for each of our D.I.C.E. Summit programming opportunities.

Speakers
Roundtables
Workshops

Our speakers take center stage and address our conference theme with engaging and unique talks that are available for all attendees to watch. These main stage presentations are made up of various kinds of talks including solo presentations, fireside chats and panels.

Roundtables are intimate, moderated group discourses where attendees can discuss amongst peers a variety of topics important to the interactive entertainment industry.  The roundtables will take place in a room with multiple roundtables occurring simultaneously, seating 10 per table including the table leader. The objective is to trade ideas/thoughts with other engaged individuals with similar interests and questions. Year over year the roundtables are often described as a favorite amongst attendees because of the interesting conversations and the access it provides. 

Workshops are smaller, breakout sessions geared towards a greater level of audience interaction and sharing. Panels and discussions engage with an audience of approximately 50 people and emphasizes joint exploration of ideas and concepts relevant to the industry and workplace. 

2020 Conference Theme: Next Level
As technology and tools continue rapid evolution, dreamers, artists and game makers have more weapons at their disposal than ever to tell stories and capture the hearts and imagination of global audiences. When anything is possible, what lies ahead for the world biggest entertainment art form? Informed by the past, the present, and the possibilities of the future, game makers will explore where the medium of games is headed and what that means to the global community of creators, players, and fans.

Stay tuned for the full line-up of speakers, roundtable leaders and workshop leaders, who will be announced closer to the conference date. Follow us on Twitter or Instagram @Official_AIAS for the latest updates.

Interested in submitting a proposal? See instructions below.  

Instructions for All Submissions:

  • Please include in your proposal a biography, title and either: a one-page outline for speaker proposals OR a one-paragraph description for roundtable/workshop proposals.
  • All topics and proposals should address the conference theme, Next Level.
  • Solo presentations and roundtable/workshop proposals are preferred.

Tips for Proposals:

  • Take some time to check out past speaker videos in the archives as well as this past year’s roundtable and workshop topics. 
  • Successful topics typically address industry-forward issues and trends.
  • Speaking sessions are typically 20 minutes long. Roundtable sessions usually run for an hour. Workshop sessions run for two hours and 30 minutes.

To submit your proposal for consideration by the Programming Committee, please click below:

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