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Xbox co-founder among D.I.C.E. 2014 Summit speakers


11:30 AM on 10.17.2013
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This morning, The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences have listed the first round of speakers for their D.I.C.E. Summit 2014. 

This year's theme is The New Golden Age of Gaming. For this first round of speakers for the event, AIAS lists Xbox project co-founder Ed Fries; Unity Technologies' David Helgason; DeNA CEO Clive Downie; and CEO of Major League Gaming Sundance DiGiovanni. 

I expect some pretty interesting talks from this bunch, and I'm sure AIAS is working even more speaker announcements.

Last year, the J.J. Abrams and Gabe Newell talk/reveal was the highlight of the summit, though David Cage, Warren Spector, Jenova Chen, and Randy Pitchford all had something fun and interesting to offer.  

We're planning to attend the D.I.C.E. 2014 summit, which is set for February 4-6, 2014, at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. 

 

 






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