The Game Circle team is holding an online event with Professor Michael Zyda, Founder and Director of the USC Computer Science Game Program, to answer the question, “How do game developers grow”.
The event, which will attract the attention of those who want to step into the game industry or game developers who have worked in this industry, will be broadcast live on Zoom and YouTube platforms on October 7 at 7:30 PM (GMT +3). During the 1-hour event, Michael Zyda will share his experience in game development and shed light on the game industry with the information he shares.
The event, which is completely free to attend, will be in English. To participate in the event, you need to register via the form here. If there are questions you want to ask at the event, you must specify these questions in your registration form. The event link will be sent to your registered e-mail address.
Who is Michael Zyda?
Michael Zyda is the founder and director of the Computer Science Gaming Program at the University of Southern California and is also a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Southern California. The USC Games program he founded and directed was named the best game program in the world by the Princeton Review. Games developed by program alumni have been downloaded more than 5 billion times and have generated more than $250 billion in revenue.
In addition to all these, Michael Zyda is a member of ACM, IEEE, National Academy of Inventors, Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association, and National Associate of the National Academies and won the IEEE Virtual Reality Technical Achievement Award.