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JPR’s annual press breifing on the gaming market @ GDC, March 16th

February 12th 2016

Stop by at the SF Green Space at EEFG building (steps away from the Moscone Center) on your way to GDC in the morning for coffee, breakfast and a solid grounding in game industry realities for 2016. JPR is holding its annual press conference where we will discuss the latest trends in the PC graphics hardware market and hardware trends. We will have presentation and the future of TV Gaming, the evolution of APIs and a panel discussion with industry leaders on Virtual Reality. We and our sponsors AMD, Portrait Displays and Qualcomm look forward to seeing you Wednesday, March 16th bright and early, the event kicks off at 8:15AM. For more information and a list of our presenters please stop by our Event Page

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Techwatch February 3rd 2016

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A Theory About PC Gaming

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Jon Peddie now has news feeds

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