Games Frenzy:

Spotlight on South East Asia

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From Monday, 9 November – Friday, 13 November, we hosted a series of international virtual events across five regions that are leading the way in Games and Esports. These events aimed to give you the opportunity to hear from some of the world’s leading Games and Esports brands as well as showcasing local studios. Below is each of the sessions that made up Spotlight on South East Asia.





Razer Inc. 

Diverse innovation in games and esports

Speakers: Hosted by Bruno Amaro, Barclays


Zuber Mohammed
Chief Marketing Officer
Razer Inc.


Zuber the Chief Marketing Officer of Razer Inc., the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers. He heads Razer's global Marketing and Partnership efforts across multiple business units of hardware peripherals and systems, software and platforms, retail and eCommerce, eSports and FinTech. He is responsible for profitable business and user growth across Americas, EMEA and APAC, via integrated marketing efforts, community development, PR and comms, online and offline retail experiences, business partnerships and developer relations.


UKIE / Play Ventures / Potato Play 

Exporting games



Hosted by Sam Collins
Head of Commercial and Membership at UKIE


Ukie is the go to industry body for the UK’s fast-moving, innovative and creative games and interactive entertainment sector. Their mission is to make the UK the best place to make, sell and play games. Ukie’s membership includes major international publishers, developers and platform holders through to exciting start up games studios.


Phylicia Koh
Play Ventures 


Phylicia is an investor at Play Ventures, the leading early stage, global gaming VC fund. She has also worked with gaming startups like Mighty Bear Games and has over 8 years’ experience leading marketing and growth at startups and organisations like the Singapore Economic Development Board.

Vincent Low
Co-Founder and CEO
Potato Play 


Vincent has over 17 years of games industry experience, honed at companies like Microsoft Game Studios in the UK, where he worked on Kinect Sports for the Xbox 360. Based in China for the last 8 years, Vincent built and ran one of the first games platform within WeChat in China, which grew to 10 million daily active users.


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