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Submitted by JDouglasGU 1553d ago | interview

Pre-DIG London 2011: Fredrik Liliegren Interview [GamingUnion.net]

GamingUnion.net writes: "Digital Interactive Gaming (DIG) London 2011 is almost here! This week, in fact. For those of you not from the London, Ontario area and who are wondering, DIG London is an annual gaming conference that promotes and celebrates the local gaming industry where much of Gaming Union calls home. Companies from across Ontario, Canada and the world come to show their work and discuss how the industry can move forward. Leading up to DIG this week, we sat down with some influential developers from the London area to discuss DIG and their own studios. Former CEO and Co-Founder of DICE and current head of Antic Entertainment, Fredrik Liliegren is first up. Enjoy!" (Antic Entertainment, Dev, Industry)

mephman  +   1553d ago
It's always good to hear from Fredrik.

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