The games:net Berlin Europe Podcast

The games:net Berlin Europe Podcast

Episode 19 - Stephen Lee

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Sometimes, all we need is to breathe. This holds true to DECA Games, a publisher that breathes new life into old video games, but also to its Head of Business Development, Stephen Lee, who tries to live his life consciously from one breath to the next. With Simon and Florian he talks about cultural differences, true partnerships and health. As if this wasn't enough already, we solve Florian's childhood trauma along the way.

Where you can find Stephen: LinkedIn

Games mentioned: Realm of the Mad God, Alien Hominid, Farmville, Tetris, Pitfall, River City Ransom, Double Dragon, Super Dodge Ball, Alex Kidd, Monkey Island, Ecco the Dolphin, Guitar Hero, Rockband, Beatstar, Portal, Halo, Destiny, Rainbow Six, Zombie Army, Uncharted, Ghost of Tsushima

Companies mentionend: DECA Games, 6Waves, Kabam, NewGrounds,, Embracer Group, Black Pants Game Studio, Playrix, Cornell University,, Twitch, Atari, Bungie, Paladin Studios

Other media mentionend: Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Breath - James Nestor, Humankind - Rutger Bregman

People from the games industry mentioned: Tim Sweeney, Hideo Kojima, Derk de Geus

Other interesting stuff: Flash, Unity, F2P, Dotcom-Bubble, Game Boy, NES, Sega Master System, Sega MegaDrive, Wim Hof Method


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About this podcast

On this podcast, co-hosts Simon Ohler and Florian Masuth interview interesting and inspiring people and want to learn more about their contribution to the games industry, while also shining a spotlight on the person behind the career.

games:net Berlin Europe is an initiative of the company network media:net berlinbrandenburg. The project is financed by the EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND and the State of Berlin, Senate Department of Economics, Energy, and Public Enterprises through its Program for Internationalization.

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