Gaming Consultants Speak: Game Consultant Scott Steinberg

Gaming Consultants Speak: Game Consultant Scott Steinberg

One of today’s top gaming consultants and expert witnesses, game consultant Scott Steinberg has counseled today’s top video game publishers, developers and casinos, and provided over a billion people with insight into today’s hottest computer, console, online, mobile, social and downloadable gaming trends. A veteran expert witness, publisher of video game software and the head of consulting firm TechSavvy Global, he’s a frequent on-air video game expert and analyst for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CNN.

A veteran consultant to gaming’s top designers and investors, and insider for 400+ media outlets from New York Times to Playboy and Rolling Stone, Steinberg has been cited as a top games authority by the Associated Press, USA Today, NPR and dozens of leading publications. Beyond aiding developers, publishers, attorneys and investors with expert witness testimony, business strategy consulting and worldwide IP portfolio management, he’s also the author of Videogame Marketing and PR and host of industry video series Game Theory.

A frequent public speaker at events like the Game Developers Conference, CEA Line Show and Festival of Games, areas of expertise include:

  • Video Game Design and Development
  • Software Design and Development
  • Video Game Industry Business Issues
    • Consumer Product Evaluations
    • Intellectual Property (IP) Disputes
    • Distribution, Licensing and Marketing
  • Hardware and Software
    • PC Games
    • Console Games (PS3/Xbox 360/Wii/3DS/PSP)
    • Mobile Games
    • Online and Social Games
    • Apps and Download Games
    • Virtual Worlds and MMOs
  • Patent and Trademark Infringement
  • Market Analysis
  • Online Entertainment and Gaming Technology
About Scott Steinberg
Scott Steinberg is CEO of strategic consulting and product testing firm TechSavvy Global, and a noted keynote speaker and business expert. Hailed as a top tech expert and parenting guru by critics from USA Today to NPR, he’s also an on-air analyst for ABC, CBS and CNN.

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