Financial Express Online, the business media website of Indian Express Online Media, has organized the second edition of India Gaming Summit from August 11 to 13. This is a three day virtual event. In this, the stakeholders of the online gaming sector will come together to discuss issues like content, monetization, regulations, gamers, advertising, ad fraud etc. in gaming.
On the first day of the India Gaming segment, the development of the gaming industry in the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic will discuss what gamers see in today’s era. Industry experts will also discuss that there is a need to make a clear distinction between game of skill and game of chance. Justice BN Srikrishna, chairman of the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDP) committee, said that there are disparities between the laws of different states in India. It would be better if there is an independent regulatory body to look after the gaming industry.
Apart from this, the speakers also discussed the need to create an environment for the growth of players in the gaming industry. Yugina Yun, Manager of Education Partnerships for Gen.G Esports, said that there are many female esports professionals that we can celebrate in this field and should bring to college campuses so that young students can see the idea. He said that we should encourage safe spaces for students and sponsor them for leadership opportunities.
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Mohit Sureka, Founder and CEO, Spiel Studios said that the requirements of PC games, mobile games and console games differ from each other. He further said that console gamers do not play mobile games.
You can register for this summit here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/3516274877911/WN_saBbMKMtRIORqca7UahFZw