Jamie Cason is a creative executive producer with over 20 years of interactive entertainment experience, focusing on developing and managing awesome games-as-service products across web and mobile platforms. Jamie has served for 10 years as an executive producer at Miniclip working with internal product teams and external independent developers to find the fun for players and profit for the company on products such as Miniclip.com, .io and Instant Games, and now in mobile publishing on Ultimate Golf, Baseball Clash and Football Puzzle Champions.
Miniclip's Head of Developer Relations, Jamie Cason, will talk about how they worked with the developer, HypGames, to publish Ultimate Golf! taking on a hyper-competitive and crowded market, finding the key product features and practices that made a difference, and how they're striving to create a harmonious and winning team across the organisations to deliver an ever-green commercial success.
- Top features and practices in F2P mobile sports games
- How to enter and win in a crowded market
- Things to take care of for growth and profitability
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