Since launching Evil Nun, the project Etorki Games brought to the F2P Campus in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the response from the community and influencers has been overwhelming: The game has been downloaded more than 1.000.000 times.
How does a design student end up as a journalist specializing in videogames? Well, according to Gina Tost, by pure chance. Since then more than 10 years have passed, during which she has contributed to dozens of media outlets, from generalist ones such as Televisión Española (TVE) to industry-related press such as IGN. Today she works for IGG, one of the leading developers and publishers of free-to-play for mobile, where she is in charge of communication.
His broad experience has made Álvaro Rico one of the leading national authorities on the implementation of live ops strategies, which is why we couldn’t miss the opportunity to ask him a few questions during his stay as a mentor at the F2P Campus in Vitoria-Gasteiz.
We didn't want to miss the chance to interview an expert on monetization like Joony Koo when he visited Vitoria-Gasteiz to mentor the F2P Campus teams. Such an interesting opportunity to learn about how blockchain could change free-to-play monetization.
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