We are please to welcome Nabil Pervez to Project Anime: Global 2020! He joins as a moderator GG! Buff Your Brand Through Esports alongside panelists John Davidson, Justin Rojas, and Justin Varghese, who will be providing tips on how to seamlessly integrate the esports audience into your company marketing and collaborate with esports brands.
GG! Buff Your Brand Through Esports
What grabs a gamer’s attention? Esports is one of the fastest growing segments and communities in digital entertainment, and businesses want to know how to extend their brand into this market. Learn how to capture this audience, leverage content, and collaborate with esports brands directly from esports and gaming industry professionals Justin Rojas (VP of Events, Envy Gaming), Justin Varghese (Business Development Manager, Shotcall), and John Davidson (CEO and Founder of Davidson Learning Company), moderated by Nabil Pervez (Head of Events, AoE Creative).
About Nabil Pervez
Nabil began working in esports in front of the camera as a shoutcaster and host. He began working for grassroots organizations to eventually Blizzard, Redbull, and Amazon. Gradually Nabil began a shift to working behind the camera and utilizing his marketing skills. Nabil went on to work for gaming organizations like PVP Live, Infinite Esports, Optic Gaming, and the Houston Outlaws. He lead the local marketing efforts on the award winning #BandTogether campaign for the Houston Outlaws.
Throughout his career, Nabil has enjoyed providing marketing consultancy for indie developers and connecting people to opportunities. After doing this for years it eventually lead Nabil onto the Dallas IGDA Board where he supports marketing, events, and ideation. Nabil is a co-founder and Head PM at AoE Creative – a creative design and marketing agency focused on gaming, esports, and nerd culture.
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