Moderating Visions of the Future at Games Business 2015

Jesper Krogh Kristiansen is a Danish games journalist, sound designer, and the author behind the book “Big Dreams – small miracles: Histories form the Danish games industry”, which was published in 2014.

Apart from teaching Game Design at the Askov Folk High School, Jesper Kristiansen also has his own freelance company called Electric Bloo, through which he has produced audio for a number of Danish titles, as well as acted as PR and fundraising consultant and produced content for Eurogamer, IGN, Metro Newspaper, Soundvenue, Gameplay and more.


Today, we’re glad to be able to announce that Kristiansen will be the moderator of the “Visions of the Future” panel debate at Games Business 2015, during which Ex-King Tommy Palm and 3 other veterans from the Nordic games industry will discuss everything from VR and Microconsoles such as Apple TV, to smartwatches, emerging markets, the indiepocalypse and more!

Games Business 2015 Moderator, Jesper Krogh Kristiansen

If anyone knows a thing or two about the Danish games industry, it’s Jesper, and that’s why he’ll be the perfect moderator for an inspiring and insightful debate at Games Business 2015.

“Since the emergence of the mobile market, the games industry has been in a state of almost constant change. Business models and distribution models keep evolving, as the industry keeps on growing, presenting new challenges on an almost yearly basis.”, Jesper Krogh Kristiansen says, and continues:

“That’s why I’m looking forward to discuss some of the latest challenges facing game developers. The apparent lack of mobility on mobile, the doom-and-gloom talk about the Indiepocalyps, the App Store’ification of the PC segment, and the perpetual hunt for investors.”, Kristiansen concludes, as he looks forward to the conference.


You can meet Jesper Krogh Kristiansen and all the other fantastic speakers on December 7th at the Games Business 2015 conference in Denmark. But be sure to book your tickets before they sell out.


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