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Latin America: The Future of Online Games

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Saturday 12th March, 2011

5:00pm to 6:00pm (CST)

The video game revolution is expanding all over the planet. In the past few years, Latin America became a huge market for both video game development and consumption. From companies like Electronic Arts and Vivendi, to homegrown companies like Three Melons, Latin American developers have created a local industry that is becoming one of the most notorious and fastest growing in the digital world.

We will discuss how some of these companies started, the secret to their success, their vision of the future, and everything that is happening today in the world of video games, online games, social games, etc.

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Sergio Monsalve

@NorwestVP Venture Capital Investor: consumer, ecommerce, social, mobile. @StanfordEng, @Harvard, @eBay/@Paypal, @photobucket www.linkedin.com/in/sergiomonsalve bio from Twitter

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Esteban Sosnik

I never wear ties, that's why my pic has one. I don't like self-reference or being verbose that's why I mostly share random thoughts and data bio from Twitter

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Juan Franco

CEO & Cofounder at Mentez. bio from Twitter

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Andy Kleinman

I am kind of retarded... but I'm also kind of amazing... bio from Twitter

6 attendees

  • Andy Kleinman
  • blanu
  • Daniel Levine
  • esteban sosnik
  • Juan Franco
  • sergio monsalve

7 trackers

  • Arena Reed
  • Bruno Alves Mendonça
  • Daniel Pineyro
  • James Stewart
  • Patricia Marinho
  • Rafael Torres
  • Alan Colmenares

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When

Time 5:00pm6:00pm CST

Date Sat 12th March 2011

Session type

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Session Hash Tag

#LAGSXSW

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