We spoke to George Osborn, a journalist, podcast host and entrepreneur working in the video games industry. As well as expressing his love for Football Manager and offering advice to aspiring games journalists, George also elaborated on a journalist’s typical day and the future of mobile gaming.
Carter Dotson is next up in our ‘Ten Questions’ interview series in which we speak to people from different sectors of the video games industry to get their take on the present and future of mobile gaming. Carter is a video game journalist and regularly covers mobile gaming. The Q&A is extremely detailed, with deep analyses of some of the major issues related to gaming, from the role of eSports in mobile to the future of video game journalism. Continue reading
Mithun Balraj is the founder of Indian gaming website The Game Scrawl as well as host of the Bangalore Video Game Meetup and Hangout. When he has a spare moment he also contributes to Pocket Gamer as one of their industry mavens. Mithun has an extensive and forensic knowledge of the Indian gaming industry. The following interview is packed with insights on topics ranging from the best Indian games to the importance of PR for local developers and the potential of eSports in India. Continue reading
Will Luton is a game designer, writer and expert on mobile free to play. His book – Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away – is an invaluable resource for any developer learning about the mobile gaming industry (and it comes highly recommended by us). Big thanks to Will for taking the time to answer our questions.
For the first of our Q&A series with thought leaders in the mobile gaming industry, we spoke to Ethan Levy, a monetization design consultant who has worked on a multitude of successful game titles including Rollercoaster Tycoon 4, Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff and Tiny Castle to name but a few.