The social games market in Eastern Europe is quite young. Usage growth remains very impressive and Facebook is basically irrelevant here. Can social games compete with upcoming mobile competition? What future awaits Eastern European social gamers, and who can stay on top for the coming years? Join Edgars Strods, head of games for Odnoklassniki.ru, the largest social game network in Eastern Europe, to learn about opportunities, threats, and audience convergence in this recently emerged and growing market, as well as similarities and differences from social games elsewhere in the world.
Delivered at Casual Connect Seattle, July 2012.
Edgars Strods is the head of gaming department Odnoklassniki.ru. Fully responsible for many aspects of most successful game platform in Russia, he participated in the creation and development of games catalog, rules and moderation system. Loves all social games on earth. Before joining Odnoklassniki.ru, Edgars worked for Swedbank, where he was part of team, which created best internet bank in Europe