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May 2, 2011

The Fifth Video Game Conference: Encounters with Video Games vol.4

The Fifth Video Game Conference: Encounters with Video Games vol.4, which was formerly postponed, will now be held. Details are as follows:

The Fifth Video Game Conference: Encounters with Video Games vol.4 “The Early Days of Home Video Games”
 
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■Panelists: Yoshio Yamazaki former director and head of sales at Tomy Company Ltd) Masayuki Uemura Professor at the Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences at Ritsumeikan University; in charge of promoting enterprise at the DH Center; advisor to Nintendo Co. Ltd)
■Facilitator: Akihiro Saitō (Professor, Ritsumeikan University)
■Date and time: 5/26/2011 (Thursday), 12:30-3:30PM
■Place: Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center 2F Multipurpose Room
 
【How to Participate】
 Admission is free. It is necessary to sign up ahead of time, and up to fifty people will be admitted
based on sign-up order. To sign up, please send your name, affiliation, and email address to the
following address:
 game★banabana.org (replace ★ with @)
 
※We ask media representatives to refrain from attending and covering this event.
 
■Host: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Global COE Program,
Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Culture (Ritsumeikan University)
■Planning: Takashi Obana (part-time lecturer, Ritsumeikan University Graduate School), Web
Adaptation Technology Research Group, Uemura seminar
 
■Panelist profile
Yamazaki Yoshio
Former director and head of sales at Tomy Company Ltd. Joined Tomy Company Ltd in 1973.
Supervised the market strategy for the “Pyūta”, one of the starting points of the Japanese-made
video game industry, and was involved with overall marketing including advertising and sales.
 
■Questions/comments
Please contact us by e-mail:
→bana★fc.ritsumei.ac.jp  (contact person: Takashi Obana) *replace ★  with @

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