The Entertainment Merchants Association (EMA) and the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) announced that EA Sports President Peter Moore will keynote the 2011 GameSupply Summit. Moore will deliver a speech entitled "Digital Play – What’s The Future," which attempts to address the process of making money in the digital, free-to-play, subscription and micro-transaction space of video games.
The one-day event is scheduled to take place February 2 in Burbank, CA at the Marriott Burbank Airport hotel.
The GameSupply Summit is a gathering of game retailers, distributors, analysts, content creators, and publishers to discuss and exchange ideas related to interactive entertainment supply. 2011 marks the third year for the event.
Other speakers include Kris Alexander of Akamai, Michael Arrington of Screen Digest, Saul Berman from IBM, Mark Fisher from the Entertainment Merchants Association (EMA), Shawn Freeman from GameStop, Graham Gee from The Nielsen Company, Devendra Mishra from MESA, Kim Motika from Arvato, Michael Pachter from Wedbush Securities Inc, David Perry from Gaikai, and Christopher Woodbury from Best Buy.