Games Convention Online is interested in having speakers give lectures on Business & Legal (e.g. business models; micropayments; start-up & Investment topics; data security), Development (e.g. game design; programming & production; open source), Browser GamesClient-based GamesMobile GamesSocial Games (e.g. connection to browser games) and Internationalization (e.g. localization, international networks, community management).

GCO takes place July 8-11, 2010 in Leipzig, Germany. You can submit a speaker proposal here.

The 2010 International CEA Call For Speakers is now open. This year’s submission process will be handled through the new CEA Speaker Ready Room management tool.


All submissions must be received by Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at 6pm EST.

Please visit http://www.cesweb.org/CFS-signup to begin the Call For Speakers submission process.

This year’s topics include:

Home Entertainment & Lifestyle Technologies

  • Pay TV’s Days Numbered?
  • Defining Internet TV
  • 3DTV: Hope or Hype?
  • The New User Interface: Who Needs Buttons and Dials?
  • TV Displays: How Long Will LCD Stay King?
  • Sizing Up the Small Screen
  • Streaming Salvation to the Music Industy
  • Beyond Point-and-Shoot: A Glimpse into the Future of Digital Imaging!
  • Netbooks: Here to Stay or Passing Fancy?
  • Taking iLife to the Next Level

2010 Panel Picker Submissions Due by Friday, July 1


SXSW is currently in the process of accepting panel programming for SXSW 2010, and now’s the time to submit your innovative topics to shape the future of the merging worlds of the Video Game, Digital Media, Film and Music industries that make up SXSW. The deadline for March 2010 submissions is fast approaching on Friday, July 10, so don’t forget to submit your idea to the 2010 SXSW Panel.


Please submit your Screenburn at SXSW gaming panel topics under the Interactive 2010 event field, then select Video Games tag (and / or other appropriate keywords) in the section of the application that reads “Category tags.”