John Uke, IT entrepreneur from San Francisco, will speak at the WEGAME 4.0 open lecture zone

03 April 2018 John Uke, IT entrepreneur from San Francisco, will speak at the WEGAME 4.0 open lecture zone

John Uke is not just an entrepreneur: he has both love of technology and a deep interest in people’s inner world. John attended Babson, the top entrepreneurship school in America, spent thousands of hours researching personality psychology, founded a coding school, and was a professional online dating coach.

John’s diversified experience was embodied in his latest project GameTree - a service that helps you find friends for the game. Users are tested to determine their psychological type, then they rate games and thus find like-minded gamers. This works with online, console, mobile, desktop and even VR games.

Key points of John's presentation:

  • The positive aspects of gaming as a whole and social interaction in online and offline games;
  • How to get to know yourself and start making friends via gaming environment;
  • A field guide to making game friends.

Join us, it's interesting! You can find out which of the 16 psychological types (for example, INTP or INFJ) are you and how it affects your gaming style.

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