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Sea Monster’s Glenn Gillis speaks at Pocket Gamer Connect London

International global mobile games conference, Pocket Gamer Connect London takes place between, 16-17 January 2017.

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International global mobile games conference, Pocket Gamer Connect London takes place between, 16-17 January 2017.

Sea Monster’s MD, Glenn Gillis will be speaking at this years first ever VR Connect event, that forms part of the conference.

The event will bring together over 500 delegates from across the VR/AR industry. The show will combine a lively expo with 2 days of focused conferencing, covering the key questions facing the industry.

Glenn joins key international speakers covering issues in the VR, AR and MR industry; from global trends, new tech and design issues, future technologies and monetisation.

Contact our office if you would like to set up a meeting with Glenn whilst he is in London.

Watch Glenn’s talk below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOCy_1CSILI&list=PL6Yn65q0cr3EqFXYBa885NbYg80nPig_g&index=7

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