Additionally, Mike Cartabiano, president of Sennari and a pioneer in mobile gaming, will participate on a panel entitled "Get Your Game On" on April 4 from 4-5pm, with industry experts from Glu Mobile, Sprint, Qualcomm and Floodgate.
will tap into his
years of experience with Sennari
and other companies to provide insight, commentary and lessons learned to bring a broader perspective of the industry.
The presentation will explore the future of mobile gaming, next generation technology, as well as the industry's power players.
In 2005, mobile gaming brought in $2.5 billion worldwide.
With analysts predicting mobile users will double to four billion in five years, mobile gaming is likely to explode, as well as the demand for more sophisticated applications.
has been at the forefront of mobile entertainment since the beginning because we have recognized the need to provide compelling applications that appeal to both the mobile carrier and the end-user," Cartabiano
"While mobile gaming has been most popular in Europe and Asia, we are seeing an increased awareness of the medium in the US and believe that the US will be the leading market in the world for mobile gaming by the end of 2006."
To arrange a meeting with Barhydt or Cartabiano
at MECCA/CTIA: contact Ellisa Feinstein at 415-921-2312, email@example.com