|By Business Wire||
|May 22, 2014 06:13 AM EDT||
The World Mobile Game Conference (WMGC) is a multi-functional platform for the mobile game industry, jointly created by Howell International Trade Fair Ltd., the organizer of ChinaJoy, and Mobile Game Entrepreneur Alliance (MGEA). The up-coming WMGC 2014 consists of exhibitions and conferences that will be simultaneously presented with ChinaJoy. The conferences will be held at Kerry Hotel Pudong Shanghai from July 31 to August 1, and the exhibitions at Shanghai New International Expo Center from July 31 to August 2. WMGC, together with ChinaJoy’s BToC and BToB areas, China International Digital Entertainment Congress (CDEC), China Game Business Conference (CGBC) and China Game Developer Conference (CGDC), will make a communication and showcase platform covering every sector of the whole game industry.
ChinaJoy and WMGC have received tremendous support from industry players, among which eight firms have signed as three-year top sponsors, namely China Unicom, Kingsoft, CocoaChina, 5agame, FLMobile, CMGE, YinHan and Gao7. In addition, Baidu, 360, Rekoo and Dream Mobile Game have signed as top sponsors of WMGC 2014, and more firms are expected to become diamond, platinum and gold-level sponsors.
WMGC 2014’s BToB Area, covering an area of 13,000m2 and expected to attract over 40,000 trade visitors, has seen all its booths booked up by more than 300 exhibitors from over 20 countries and region. WMGC 2014 will be the largest international business conference of the mobile game industry around the world in 2014, and China’s content providers and distributors will not miss it.
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To register for conference passes, please visit: http://chinajoy.huodongxing.com/
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