Unity Technologies, the creator of Unity, a flexible and high-performance development platform used to make creative and intelligent interactive 3D and 2D experiences, are excited to announce a dedicated Unity Day, as part of the main conference program at Casual Connect Eastern Europe 2014. The conference will take place in Belgrade, Serbia from November 10th – 12th.
Unity and Everyplay experts Valentin Simonov and Oscar Clark are among the confirmed speakers. The Unity Day consists of 5 sessions, that will take place on Wednesday November 12th. As an integral part of the conference program, no other requirements than a conference and expo pass are needed to join the sessions.
Talks during the Unity Day on Wednesday November 12th include:
• Daniel Dyer, Software Engineer – Unity Cloud (Unity Technologies) – Saving Time and Energy with Unity Cloud Build
• Andy Touch, Product Evangelist (Unity Technologies) – A Hands-on Guide to Unity’s new UI system
• Valentin Simonov – Field Engineer (Unity Technologies) – Back from Unite Seattle: What’s new with Unity 5
• Oscar Clark – Evangelist (Unity Technologies/Everyplay) – The How and Why you should use Unity Everyplay
• Angelo B. Ferro, Developer Relations Associate (Unity Technologies) Unity Analytics
““We are delighted to announce the Unity Day for Casual Connect in Belgrade“, said Valentin Simonov, Field Engineer at Unity Technologies. “With talks on what is new for Unity and Everyplay, the program offers developers a complete insight into how to maximize Unity’s potential and what they can expect, from Unity in the future”.
The announcement of the Unity Day completes Unity’s powerful presence as a Silver Partner of Casual Connect Eastern Europe2014. Unity will also be at hand on the Casual Connect show floor, with a greeting table in the Atlantic Hall. Read more about Unity Day @ Casual Connect Eastern Europe 2014 at http://ee.casualconnect.org/
About Unity Technologies
Unity Technologies is the creator of Unity, a flexible and high-performance end-to-end development platform to create rich interactive 3D and 2D experiences. Unity’s powerful core engine and editor serve as the foundation for developers and designers to quickly build beautiful games or apps and easily bring them across multiple platforms: mobile devices, home entertainment systems, personal computers, and embedded systems.
At the heart of Unity’s democratization initiatives you will find solutions and services for building games and audiences. The Unity Asset Store digital content marketplace supports developer efforts by providing time and money saving solutions to tough production, design, and art challenges. New integrated services such as Unity Cloud Build extend the platform for greater productivity in creating, testing and deploying while Unity Everyplay and Unity Ads help developers to connect with their audiences and acquire users through sharing of game replays on social network and offering a high quality advertising network.
Unity Technologies serves over 600,000 monthly active developers including large publishers, indie studios, students and hobbyists around the globe. For more information, visit: http://unity3d.com.
About Casual Connect
Launched in 2005, Casual Connect is hosted by the Casual Games Association, bringing together the most talented and knowledgeable experts in the casual gaming field to further the industry with the best learning and networking opportunities for casual games professionals. In addition to Casual Connect Eastern Europe, the CGA will host Casual Connect Europe, Amsterdam on February 4 – 6, 2015, Casual Connect Asia in Spring 2015 and Casual Connect USA in Summer 2015. For more information, visit http://casualconnect.org/
About the Casual Games Association
The Casual Games Association is an international trade organization dedicated to promoting casual games and providing educational resources for the game development community. The association hosts annual conferences in USA, Eastern Europe, Europe and Asia; publishes a trade magazine; and issues research reports on the casual games industry. For more information about the association, visit : http://www.casualgamesassociation.org