Our outstanding programming sets 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 and a lineup of announced participants as they are announced.
Our Keynote Speaker and Speakers take center stage and address our conference theme with an engaging and unique talk, available for all attendees to watch.
The D.I.C.E. Industry Town Hall is a forum for the interactive entertainment community to address a panel of industry leaders. This exclusive event will feature an open discussion of topics most relevant and top of mind to our industry. This moderated, hour-long gathering will address questions from the live audience as well as questions submitted in advance
D.I.C.E. Direct is a speed networking session structured to help you meet accomplished professionals, face to face, one person at a time. Whether you are a studio head, a creative lead, in biz dev, an executive, or anyone else in the interactive entertainment industry – D.I.C.E. Direct offers the perfect opportunity to expand your business and social contacts.
We will provide ample space and conversation starters to help you begin networking with like-minded professionals. This is your opportunity to connect with the D.I.C.E. attendee or speaker you’ve always wanted to meet or with someone you never knew you needed to connect with.
Roundtables are intimate, moderated group discourses where attendees can discuss amongst peers a variety of topics important to the interactive entertainment industry. These sessions will take place in a room with multiple roundtables occurring simultaneously, seating 10 per table including the table leader. These tables are seated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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 20-25 people and emphasizes joint exploration of ideas and concepts relevant to the industry and workplace.