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Noted Expert Matthew Bellows to Discuss Consumer Use of Voice in Games

WHO: Matthew Bellows, VP Consumer Strategy at Vivox, the market leader in voice services for MMO games and virtual worlds. Powering and delivering the best voice communication available, Vivox enables the most clear and reliable voice chat in leading MMOs including EVE Online, Everquest, EQII and Star Wars Galaxies.

WHAT: Matthew Bellows will be speaking at the following upcoming conferences:

LA Games Conference: Games of Tomorrow and Next-Generation MMOGS and Virtual Worlds.

In this much-anticipated panel, game industry heavyweights working on MMOGs and virtual worlds will share their views and predictions on the future of this market. According to Strategy Analytics, MMOGs generated $1.5 billion in subscription revenues worldwide in 2008 and are expected to grow to more than $2.5 billion by 2012.

MIT Sloan Business in Gaming (MIT BIG) Conference: Marketing and Distribution in the Digital Age. This first annual conference will bring together industry leaders, game developers, professors and students from leading MBA institutions such as MIT and Harvard to discuss the evolution and future of the gaming industry, and examine innovative ways to market and effectively distribute games through digital media.


LA Games Conference– April 29; Panel from11:45 AM– 12:30 PM

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles

MIT BIG– May 8; Panel from 11:30 AM– 12:15 PM

MIT campus, building E51 in Cambridge, Mass.

CONTACT: Andrea Schneider, 917.769.6060, pr@vivox.com

Karen Blondell, 310.922.5838, pr@vivox.com

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