More Than Just a Game - 2017 edition

If you are interested in exploring and discussing the IP implications of what is 'more than just a game', ie interactive entertainment, you may want to check the programme of this year's edition of what has become a popular event at Queen Mary in London.

Organised by Dr Gaetano Dimita and part of the Fringe of the London Game festival, More Than Just a Game is said to be "the only international academic-led conference on Interactive Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law." 

According to its organiser, "the conference is a well-established platform to exchange ideas, discuss challenges, explore solutions and map the legal issues that must be addressed for a more appropriate understanding, promotion and protection of interactive entertainment."

The main theme of the 2017 edition conference, which will take place at Stationer's Hall in London on 6 and 7 April, is Virtual and Augmented Reality. 

For further information and registrations, just click here.
More Than Just a Game - 2017 edition More Than Just a Game - 2017 edition Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Wednesday, March 01, 2017 Rating: 5

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