ModSquad at GDC 2019: Two Video Game Industry Favorites, Together Again
If you’re like us, you’ve already got March 18–22 marked off on your calendar, and you’re planning to be in San Francisco during that time. Why, you ask? It’s the 2019 Game Developers Conference, of course, one of the major events of the year for those of us who live, play, and work in and alongside the video game industry. Since our founding, ModSquad has provided empassioned player support and moderation for everything from desktop games to AR-heightened play experiences.
For us, it’s always “Game on!” We show that passion in the work we do for awesome video game publishers like EA, Activision, Wooga, Neowiz, Bandai Namco, Konami, and Zynga. (Not to mention a good number of other big-name projects that we would love to tell you about, but just can’t — darn those non-disclosure agreements!) When we have the opportunity to meet with clients, partners, and peers in the industry, we jump on it. This year’s GDC expo, held at SF’s Moscone Convention Center, promises to continue the bigger-and-better streak that defines this show.
As a precursor to the expo, GDC recently released its 2019 State of the Industry Survey, which touched upon topics like the unionization of game industry professionals and the dominance of game storefront Steam. While these issues will no doubt be chewed over at March’s event, it’s the previews of upcoming releases that will fill gamers’ newsfeeds. Also of note: keynote events from industry powerhouses, such as the Google announcement that may or may not reveal details about the company’s Project Stream (a gaming streaming service) and Project Yeti (a gaming console and controller).
In addition to taking the opportunity to check out new products and play a few arcade games, our own Rich Weil, SVP, Global Operations, will be on hand to check in with familiar faces and spread the good word about ModSquad. If you’re in town, take a few minutes to meet up with Rich, share your news, and hear about how ModSourcing saves game publishers more than a few arcade coins while offering top-ranked, flexible player support. If you’re lucky, maybe Rich will share some of his favorite cheat codes with you! See you in San Francisco.This entry was posted in News and Events. Bookmark the permalink.