|[August 29, 2014]
MGEA Global Business Tour - Bridging Chinese and US Game Industry Players
BEIJING --(Business Wire)--
Figures from an authoritative organization show that China's games
industry will see its market size reach $3 billion in 2014, only next to
America's $3.2 billion. In a bid to drive the sound development of both
countries' game industry, the Mobile Game Entrepreneur Alliance (MGEA)
and the Silicon Valley Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum
(SVIEF) will jointly present a global tour named TOPTOUR.
The TOPTOUR will consist of six parts, namely China-US Mobile Game
Innovation Summit (CUMGIS), SVIEF, a business tour to prestigious
companies in US, CUMGIS road show, China-US Elite Party & Mobile Game
Night, and a cross-border business dinner.
As an essential part of the tour, CUMGIS is to open in Silicon Valley on
September 27th, 2014. Under the theme of "Innovation and Cooperation,"
the summit aims to build a platform for communication and business
matchmaking for industry leaders and entrepreneurs of two countries.
Meanwhile, the leaers will further discuss hot topics of the industry.
SVIEF is the largest and highest-level high-tech event in Silicon
Valley. With the theme of "Global Vision of Innovation -- Cross-border
and Inversion," it will invite distinguished industry leaders to deliver
keynote speeches. Additionally, the organizers will also arrange the IT
leadership dialogue for high-tech industry leaders to share their ideas
and proposals for the IT industry and for business starting and
innovation in Silicon Valley, and discuss trends of technology
application and innovation.
Although the two countries have both been leaders in the game industry,
they are distinctive for their respective cultural backgrounds. MGEA
will organize a business tour for member enterprises to visit big
players' headquarters in the Internet and game industries in San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
In addition, the delegation will visit the renowned film-television and
animation companies in US. The delegates of MGEA will learn the leading
and representative US business model in the film industry; meanwhile,
they can communicate with famous producers and distributors to discuss
the US IP copyright operating model and business cooperation.
At the same time, CUMGIS will present a road show of Chinese and US
mobile game projects, in a bid to enhance communication and cooperation
on the state-of-art technologies and products. MGEA and SVIEF will
together evaluate and select qualified projects for the road show and
give the excellent Innovative entrepreneurs a chance to show themselves.
It will also enable the investors to know the projects and make the
All attendees will be invited to join the Elite Party & Mobile Game
Night held for industry leaders, innovative project managers and
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