If the pandemic has highlighted anything, it's the critical role of connecting people and fostering a sense of community that online platforms can play in modern society. However, the increasingly caustic state of online discourse is creating real challenges for game developers in 2020.
What role do games and games services play in making their platforms safe and, hopefully, more engaging, both from a social and a legal perspective? And what should developers make of the tremendous pressure from regulators (on both sides of the aisle) to change how online platforms in the US should be responsible for their users' behavior?
Join Fenwick associate Joe Newman for this interactive panel for a recap of the ways some developers succeeded (or failed) to control their players in 2020 as we share best practices as a group.