BlackBerry Jam Direct to be Held July 25
|Richard Harris in Events Monday, July 22, 2013|
The event will feature BlackBerry specialists, special guests, well-known developers and other participants. Developers who view the conference will experience a live video feed that not only enables them see the presenters, it lets them interact through a unique question and answer system.
The keynote address will be delivered by Jane McGonigal, a well known designer of alternate reality games and New York Times bestselling author. Following her keynote, she will host a 30-minute question and answer session with conference attendees.
Jane and other industry leaders in gaming will participant in a panel that will discuss emerging topics in game development. BlackBerry Head of Gaming, Anders Jeppsson, will lead the panel.
The event will also feature Game Destination: BlackBerry 10 which will discuss how developers can make their games "Built for BlackBerry" the company's designation for games that will work seamlessly on the BlackBerry platform.
Registration for BlackBerry Jam Direct is available at https://www.blackberrydeveloperevents.com
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