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What will the future of gaming look like and what technologies will underpin this?
Rory Daniels, Programme Manager for Emerging Technologies, techUK
Exploring the business of gaming technology
Joseph Teasdale, Head of Tech, Enders Analysis
Charting a career in the world of gaming
Louis Arrigoni, Cinematic Video Producer and Creative Designer for Games
Missed the launch of techUK's emerging gaming technologies activity?
In early January, techUK held our Industries of the Future: Gaming webinar.
This explored the gaming industry of tomorrow, the technologies set to underpin it, and how businesses can prepare to take the lead in these.
You can view the recording and event summary here.
Sophie Greaves is Head of Programme for Communications Infrastructure and Services at techUK, and oversees the UK Spectrum Policy Forum.
Sophie was promoted to Head having been Programme Manager for Communications Infrastructure and Services, leading techUK's telecoms activities, engagement and policy development. Previously, Sophie was Programme Assistant across a variety of areas including the Broadband Stakeholder Group, Central Government, Financial Services and Communications Infrastructure programmes.
Prior to joining techUK, Sophie completed a masters in Film Studies at University College London; her dissertation examined US telecoms policy relating to net neutrality and content distribution.
Rory joined techUK in June 2023 after three years in the Civil Service on its Fast Stream leadership development programme.
During this time, Rory worked on the Government's response to Covid-19 (NHS Test & Trace), school funding strategy (Department for Education) and international climate and nature policy (Cabinet Office). He also tackled the social care crisis whilst on secondment to techUK's Health and Social Care programme in 2022.
Before this, Rory worked in the House of Commons and House of Lords alongside completing degrees in Political Economy and Global Politics.
Today, he is techUK's Programme Manager for Emerging Technologies, covering dozens of technologies including metaverse, drones, future materials, robotics, blockchain, space technologies, nanotechnology, gaming tech and Web3.0.