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The first day of the 2014 D.I.C.E. Summit starts off with the Academy Foundation Golf Tournament at the gorgeous Rio Secco Las Vegas Golf Club on Tuesday, February 4th, 2014. Lunch will be served and Awards and post-tournament reception to follow rounds. For more information about Rio Secco Golf course visit: www.riosecco.net **Important Information: Collared or mock golf shirt, and mid length shorts or pants required. No denim. Rio Secco is a soft spike facility (metal spikes not allowed). There will be a $55 fee for club rentals (optional) which will be paid on site at the Pro Shop. There is no shoe rental available, if you do not have Golf shoes, you can wear normal running/tennis shoes. Shuttles for Rio Secco will leave Hard Rock Hotel at 10:30 AM.
The 2014 D.I.C.E. Summit will close its first day with the D.I.C.E. Summit Texas Hold'em poker tournament in the heart of the vibrant Hard Rock Hotel casino floor. Heavy appetizers and drinks will be served. Please note the first 100 players will be seated at the start of the tournament with additional players filling seats as eliminations begin. Everyone will play in the tournament. There will be a $200.00 cash buy-in on the night of the tournament.
Martin Rae, President Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences
Hilmar Veigar Petursson, CEO CCP Games
Rex Crowle, Creative Lead Media Molecule
John Hanke, VP of Niantic Labs Google
Rami Ismail, Business & Development Vlambeer
Trip Hawkins, Co-Founder and CEO If You Can
Boris Sofman, CEO and Co-Founder Anki
Ted Price, President Insomniac Games
Robin Hunicke, Designer and Co-Founder Funomena
David Helgason, CEO Unity
Steve Gaynor, Founder Fullbright Company
Eugene Jarvis, CEO, Raw Thrills Raw Thrills
Mark Cerny, President, Cerny Games Moderator: Mark Turmell, Sr. Creative Director, Zynga
Keiji Inafune, CEO and Conceptor comcept
Andrew Sheppard, President Kabam Game Studios
Palmer Luckey, Founder, Oculus VR Brendan Iribe, President, Oculus VR
Gilman Louie, Partner Alsop Louie Partners
Sundance DiGiovanni, CEO Major League Gaming
Attire for the D.I.C.E. Awards should reflect the mood of the evening – celebratory & respectful. While the Academy will not enforce a dress code, we do humbly ask that you dress in a manner befitting an evening toasting the talented individuals and great games of the year!
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