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Fair Play Alliance Keynote (Presented by Fair Play Alliance)

Chris Priebe (CEO and Founder , Two Hat Security)

Jarrod Doherty (Manager, Player Behavior Insights, Blizzard Entertainment)

Dave McCarthy (Corporate Vice President , Gaming/Xbox)

Location: Room 153, South Hall

Date: Wednesday, March 20

Time: 9:00am - 10:00am

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Topic: Design

Format: Sponsored Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

When it comes to topics around player behavior, the gaming industry has changed quite a bit in the last few years. These topics are larger than any one individual company, and industry collaboration (like the Fair Play Alliance) is key. The Fair Play Alliance Summit keynote promises a lively discussion around why publishers, game developers, and gaming platforms should consider applying best practices of player behavior and content moderation/online safety approaches as a key element of their design strategies.

Takeaway

An understanding of how the space of player behavior and content moderation/online safety in games has changed over the years, where it’s headed, and key points game industry professionals can use to make the case in their own companies about focusing on the player behavior and content moderation/online safety disciplines as essential cornerstones of a responsible and ultimately successful gaming organization.

Intended Audience

Gaming industry executives, senior leaders, game designers, user experience professionals, and community management professionals