Gaming on the agenda at Social Networking World Forum

Gaming on the agenda at Social Networking World Forum
Will Freeman

By Will Freeman

January 15th 2009 at 10:54AM

Speakers to address multi-platform potential of social networking sites

Casual gaming is set to feature at the Social Networking World Forum with a focus on the multi-platform potential of websites like Facebook and MySpace offer.

Jon Radoff, CEO of online community gamerDNA has been confirmed to be speaking, joining representatives from MySpace, Bebo, Google, Yahoo, Habbo Hotel, LinkedIN and others.

Mark Johnstone, director of event organiser Six Degrees, believes a "combination of casual and skill based games, user generated content, video blogging and social networking will become the holy grail of the gaming sector."

The event takes place on March 9th and 10th at the Olympia Conference Centre in London, and is combined with a two-day conference on mobile social networking.

For more information visit the event’s website.