GameDaily's first event at the Disneyland Hotel is attracting some big esports talent to come and talk to developers about everything esports, including diversity, emerging markets, and even collegiate esports.
750,000 viewers worldwide interacted with Greenlit's Esports Lounge at SDCC as popular streamers, gamers, and developers stopped by for interviews and game streams.
GameDaily Connect is actually four shows a year. Our next show will be in Shenzhen, China in November and that means that indie devs can get their games submitted for Indie Prize China.
A collaborative promotional effort with Greenlit Content helped put the long-running site at the leading edge of this year's E3 broadcasting efforts.
Early bird ticket pricing will be ending soon and there's no better time to get your discounts for Disneyland, too. That light saber isn't going to make itself, after all.
We've gone through a rebranding since the last time we did an event, so we'd like to introduce you to, well, us: GameDaily Connect.
With new corporate backing, Greenlit will not only be able to turbocharge its esports audience but also grow its marketing opportunities for global clients.
Mobile games are primed for advertisements that yield as much, if not more, value as television ads did before the digital revolution.
Developer Adam Orth reflects on the current state of the VR market.