Hailed as a top technology and game industry authority by dozens of outlets from the Associated Press to USA Today and NPR, over one billion people have tapped leading analyst Scott Steinberg for insight into today’s hottest consumer electronics, video games and high-tech trends. A former product acquisitions executive for Atari and DreamCatcher and noted entrepreneur who’s brought hit software programs and online services to market the world over, he’s also a frequent on-air analyst for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CNN.
From Delta to Clear Channel and MTV, he’s helped many of world’s largest companies and brands to create and launch cutting-edge products and services. The go-to expert of choice for 400+ publications from The New York Times to Rolling Stone, Steinberg is also the author of The Business Expert’s Guidebook and Modern Parent’s Guide series, and host of popular shows Tech Industry Insider and Game Theory. He’s a regular public speaker at events like the CEA Line Show and Game Developers Conference, and business columnist for top outlets such as American Express OPEN Forum and Entrepreneur.
A 13-year tech industry veteran and the CEO of popular software, PC and console game developer/publisher Legendo Entertainment, Bjorn Larsson has brought over a dozen top apps and games to market worldwide on virtually all major systems. Highlights include #1 bestseller Pearl Harbor Trilogy and the critically-acclaimed The Three Musketeers, which have sold tens of thousands of copies and been licensed in dozens of territories and languages.
Also the founder of indie game developer Iridon Interactive, responsible for celebrated releases such as Wanted Guns and Pure Pinball, he’s handled development, publishing, sales, licensing and distribution duties for digital products on every platform from the iPhone to tablet PCs.
BAFTA winner Martin Korda has built a formidable reputation throughout the high-tech and games industries, having consulted for many of the world’s top development and publishing outfits, including Electronic Arts, Activision, Eidos, Lionhead Studios, Sega and Valve Software.
For close to a decade, the former PC Zone senior reviews editor has been one of Europe’s most widely published critics, with his extensive writing credits including The Guardian, PC Zone, Stuff and Computer Shopper. In 2005, he was lead scriptwriter on Peter Molyneux’s BAFTA-winning software title The Movies, and part of the writing team behind international gaming bestseller Black & White 2.