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  1. 1. Putting Gamers First Nigel Dessau Chief Marketing Officer, AMD March 2010
  2. 2. What Matters to Game Developers A great gaming experience A company committed to gamers, gaming and the spirit of fair play 2 | Gamers First | March 2010
  3. 3. AMD’s Gamers’ Manifesto March 2010
  4. 4. We Commit to Driving Innovation We have brilliant engineers and we will give them the support and freedom to invent great technologies We will consult with the gaming community to help align our innovations to their wants and needs 4 | Gamers First | March 2010 Innovation
  5. 5. We Commit to Industry Standards We will participate in the development and cultivation of industry standards Wherever feasible we will move quickly to move our innovations into the industry standards 5 | Gamers First | March 2010 Industry Standards
  6. 6. We Commit to Supporting PC Gaming We will wholeheartedly throw our support behind the PC gaming industry to help it thrive and flourish We will provide the technical and business support game developers need to help make their games a success 6 | Gamers First | March 2010 Supporting Developers
  7. 7. AMD Changing the Game Education & Technology 7 | Gamers First | March 2010
  8. 8. We Commit to Putting Gamers First At the heart of all of our efforts is the mandate to help make gamers’ experiences better All gamers, those with AMD hardware in their system, or not, deserve the best gaming experience possible 8 | Gamers First | March 2010 Gamers First
  9. 9. AMD’s Commitment to Gamers Jumpstart and then drive innovation into industry standards Align roadmaps with Developers needs Gamers Create large technology install bases for developers 9 | Gamers First | March 2010
  10. 10. Neal Robison Director, ISV Relationship Management March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  11. 11. Our Focus Deliver a better gaming experience Make the biggest difference possible by aligning with the industry, not bifurcating it Respect our developers and the gamers 11 | Gamers First | March 2010
  12. 12. What are the Gamers Saying? HardOCP Poll: Which would you rather: Eyefinity: 73.17% PhysX: 12.89% Don’t care: 13.34% PhysX Eyefinity Don’t Care 12.89% 210 73.17% 40 13.34% http://www.hardforums.com/showthread.php?t=1493621 Both unimportant - 12.1% Gamestar Poll: Which is more important to you: DirectX 11: 54.50% Both equally important - 18.4% PhysX: 15.00% Both equally important: 18.40% PhysX - 15% Both unimportant: 12.1% http://www.gamestar.de/index.cfm?pid=842&pk=10669 12 | Gamers First | March 2010 37 54.5% - DirectX 11
  13. 13. Fueling Industry Standards with Innovation Tessellation Engine became Tessellation in DirectX 11 3Dc became BC5 in DX10 JEDEC’s GDDR3/4/5 standards driven by DRAM committee chair Joe Macri (AMD CTO) Significant IP contributor to DisplayPort Alternate Frame Rendering now common mechanism for multigraphics solutions 13 | Gamers First | March 2010
  14. 14. Success - DirectX 11 Shipping Now: Coming Soon: Turbine D&D game Unlimited Fastest selling Online: Eberronof 2010: Kylin MMO 130,000 units in first weekend1 EA Phenomic BattleForge GSC Gameworld S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat Codemasters DiRT 2 EA DICE Frostbite 2 Engine Rebellion Aliens vs. Predator Trinigy Vision Engine Unigine Unigine Engine (Heaven Demo) EA DICE Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Two of the Top of3 games on Turbine Lord the Rings Online 2 Steam 1. http://www.chart-track.co.uk/?i=797&s=1111 14 | Gamers First | March 2010 2. http://news.bigdownload.com/2010/02/22/aliens-vs-predator-ontop-of-latest-steam-top-10-best-seller-lis/
  15. 15. Chris Kingsley CTO, Rebellion March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  16. 16. Aliens Vs. Predator™
  17. 17. About Me • Chris Kingsley • Co-founder of Rebellion • Along with my brother, Jason • Ex-programmer 17 | Gamers First | March 2010
  18. 18. Rebellion • Europe’s number 1 “super-developer” • Founded in 1992 • 19 worldwide Number One hits • Stacks of Awards • 2000 AD 18 | Gamers First | March 2010
  19. 19. Rebellion Games • Alien Vs Predator - Atari • Aliens Vs Predator - Fox Interactive, 1999 • Aliens Vs Predator - Sega, 2010 • The Simpsons Game - EA • Call Of Duty World At War Final Fronts - Activision • Star Wars Battlefront Elite Squadron - LucasArts • Sniper Elite - MC2 / Ubisoft / Namco • Judge Dredd: Dredd Vs Death - Vivendi • Delta Force Black Hawk Down - Novalogic • Rainbow Six - Red Storm • and many more... 19 | Gamers First | March 2010
  20. 20. Aliens Vs Predator – the Game • Publisher: SEGA • Genre: FPS • Release Date: February2010 • ESRB Rating: M (Mature) • Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC • Official Site: http://www.sega.com/games/aliens-vs-predator/ 20 | Gamers First | March 2010
  21. 21. Overview • An all-new game for PC and hi-def console, from the maker’s of the original 1999, critically acclaimed classic. • A triple-A cinematic FPS experience like nothing else on the market, bringing together 3 distinct experiences in one game. • Stand-out, fan-favourite IP delivered with incredible production values that reference the films’ universe. • Three games in one plus multiplayer = immense and long-lasting customer value. 21 | Gamers First | March 2010
  22. 22. Aliens Vs Predator • World-wide Number One hit • Sega’s fastest selling title ever • Fastest selling tile of the year so far • Sega’s record for magazine covers • More magazine covers than Modern Warfare 2 • Sold out 22 | Gamers First | March 2010
  23. 23. Working with AMD • AMD Developer Relations • Worked with us for over 12 years • Richard H used to have an even more lovely and fuller head of hair then! • Technical Evangelism • They tell us how great things will be • And we do all the hard work (not really) • AMD work with us to get the best out of our games • Meetings, seminars, test services, advice, coding help • Cool new hardware • delivered in brown padded envelopes… 23 | Gamers First | March 2010
  24. 24. Working with AMD (Cont.) • We love working on the best new stuff  We can do more, look better, run faster – Access to cool new hardware  delivered in brown paper bags!  Except Eyefinity Monitors – Get to hang out on Aircraft Carriers 24 | Gamers First | March 2010
  25. 25. DirectX 11 Features • Full retail AAA DX11 title in Q1 2010 • Extensive use of DX11 features to add performance and visual quality over the DX9 version  Character tessellation for more realism and immersion  The Alien up close has never been more terrifying!  Faster and better postprocessing effects using Compute Shaders  More realistic shadows 25 | Gamers First | March 2010
  26. 26. DirectX 11 Feature: Character Tessellation 26 | Gamers First | March 2010
  27. 27. DirectX 11 Feature: Character Tessellation 27 | Gamers First | March 2010
  28. 28. DirectX 11 Feature: Character Tessellation 28 | Gamers First | March 2010
  29. 29. ATI Eyefinity Support • Aliens Vs Predator Validated for ATI Eyefinity  On release • Great for gamers • Awesome experience  Helps Alien gameplay a lot  Some extra work  A challenge with the Alien’s wide field-of-view – Don't just take my word for it  See it for yourself 29 | Gamers First | March 2010
  30. 30. See the game for yourself • Demo machine • Eyefinity 3x1 30 | Gamers First | March 2010
  31. 31. Aliens vs. Predator™ Attribution © SEGA. Aliens vs. Predator™ & © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Technology ©2010 Rebellion®. SEGA and the SEGA logo are registered trade marks or trade marks of SEGA Corporation. All rights reserved 31 | Gamers First | March 2010
  32. 32. Thanks! 32 | Gamers First | March 2010
  33. 33. Neal Robison Director, ISV Relationship Management March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  34. 34. Our Success – ATI Eyefinity Technology 34 | Gamers First | March 2010
  35. 35. Success – ATI Eyefinity Technology Aliens vs. Predator Anno 1414 – Dawn of Discovery Battlefield Bad Company 2 Battleforge Dawn of War 2 Dawn of War 2: Chaos Rising DiRT 2 Dragon Age: Origins Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Half Life 2 35 | Gamers First | March 2010 Need for Speed: Shift Portal Team Fortress 2 World of Warcraft Aion AVATAR Batman: AA Bioshock Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Crysis Crysis Warhead Fallout 3 League of Legends Left 4 Dead Left 4 Dead 2 Napoleon: Total War Operation Flash Point RaceDriver: GRID S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Call of Pripyat S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Clear Sky Supreme Commander 2 Wolfenstein Multiplayer
  36. 36. Chris Taylor CEO & Founder, Gas Powered Games March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  37. 37. Neal Robison Director, ISV Relationship Management March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  38. 38. Open Physics Initiative Enabling true industry-wide support  Free, unrestricted access to cutting-edge physics capabilities for PC game developers  Advanced libraries supporting both GPUs and multithreaded CPUs  No proprietary vendor lockouts Bullet Physics  Rigid body simulation, cloth, fluids, particle systems  Strong cross-platform adoption in PC and console games today  Open source physics libraries using OpenCL and DirectCompute 11 Pixelux DMM  Digital Molecular Matter material physics technology  Beyond rigid body physics - soft bodies, deformable & breakable objects, fracturing  Tightly integrated with Bullet Physics, compatible with any rigid body system  FREE DMM2 with OpenCL acceleration 38 | Gamers First | March 2010
  39. 39. Open Stereo 3D Initiative Interoperable hardware & software • • • Work with ecosystem partners to enable multiple solutions Stereo 3D Capabilities – Coming Soon 120 Hz 3D displays • Active & passive shutter glasses • Quad buffering DirectX 9/10/11 support Blu-ray 3D movies • Stereo 3D notebooks • 39 | Gamers First | March 2010 • • More choice, more innovation, and lower cost ATI Eyefinity Technology • Encourage co-operation and standards development with industry-wide participation • Bundled solutions
  40. 40. Engaging with Developers Marketing engagement Technical engagement 40 | Gamers First | March 2010
  41. 41. Marketing Programs Providing marketing support to PC game developers (exclusive and non-exclusive, large companies and small) What we do: Bundling, co-marketing and advertising 41 | Gamers First | March 2010
  42. 42. Support and Integration with Partners Help AIB partners develop custom packaging and board artwork designs to promote games and bundles Promoting AMD CPU, Motherboard & Graphics with games across North America and Europe through channel partners Run extensive ad campaigns in support of bundles and games on gaming and technology sites Work closely with OEM and System Integrator partners to help drive sales increases 42 | Gamers First | March 2010
  43. 43. David Anderson Senior Director, Head of Business Development March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  44. 44. Neal Robison Director, ISV Relationship Management March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  45. 45. Success – Recent AAA Titles 45 | Gamers First | March 2010
  46. 46. Richard Huddy Developer Relations Manager March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  47. 47. Engaging with Developers Marketing engagement Technical engagement 47 | Gamers First | March 2010
  48. 48. Living Our Commitment – Support for Developers Technical engagement Developer tools Product development 48 | Gamers First | March 2010
  49. 49. Our ISV Team Close to where the developers are Focused on enablement Swimming with the current, instead of up-stream reduces need for massive teams 9 languages, 30+ countries supported 49 | Gamers First | March 2010
  50. 50. Engineering Support Looking for ways to improve the game Finding efficiencies Helping to enable cutting-edge features Educating developers on latest development standards Providing tools and hardware at critical inflection points 50 | Gamers First | March 2010
  51. 51. Kevin O’Leary Product Manager, EA March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  52. 52. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 • AMD and DICE have been working closely together for over 6 years • DICE has been involved with DX11 development from a very early stage • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is the first PC Battlefield game to utilise the Frostbite engine. • DX11 and Eyefinity support are strong additions to the PC 52 | Gamers First | March 2010
  53. 53. Battlefield Bad Company 2 • DX11 support is integral to future iterations of the Frostbite engine. • DX11 improves the overall performance and softens the dynamic shadows in-game • Eyefinity 3x1 offers a more immersive experience and has competitive advantages • Thanks to close collaboration with AMD, DICE now has the ability to make the best possible PC games in the future. 53 | Gamers First | March 2010
  54. 54. Richard Huddy Developer Relations Manager March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  55. 55. Our Successes – GSC Game World S.T.A.L.K.E.R. – Clear Sky Deferred rendering engine didn’t allow MSAA AMD engineers worked hard to ensure MSAA worked with DirectX 10.0 AND DirectX 10.1 – to the benefit of gamers with competitor’s cards. Also helped implement ambient occlusion and helped improve the quality of the shadows 55 | Gamers First | March 2010
  56. 56. Product Development Align hardware technologies with the needs of upcoming games In-depth architectural tours with developers at the cutting-edge of PC game development Connect AMD’s CTO-level expertise with ISV’s lead developers to find out what they want and need  Discussions have direct and deep impact on our product development 56 | Gamers First | March 2010
  57. 57. Developer Tools Long history of providing tools to developers  RenderMonkey, GPU MeshMapper, Normal Mapper, Tootle, CubeMapGen, The Compressonator, GPU Shader Analyzer, GPU PerfStudio, ATI Stream Profiler Help developers maximize performance and feature potential Create tools that help developers quickly implement new industry standards 57 | Gamers First | March 2010
  58. 58. Current Tools Focus Helping game developers with the rapid transition to DirectX 11 with stateof-the-art tools Preparing for the transition to Fusion with key developer tools for OpenCL and DirectCompute Tools in active development include: – GPU PerfStudio (including Shader Debugger and Profiler) – GPU ShaderAnalyzer/Stream KernelAnalyzer – ATI Stream Profiler – ATI Stream Debugger 58 | Gamers First | March 2010
  59. 59. Continuous Improvement New ATI Eyefinity Technology SDK on AMD.com soon (mode enumeration, topology, main display identification, etc) In-depth feedback given to developers and to AMD driver teams  With ATI Catalyst 10.2 and its new profile mechanism, driver updates can be delivered quickly New ATI Eyefinity Technology Validation Program Deltas can occur on either the AMD or developer level; we have some ground to make up 59 | Gamers First | March 2010
  60. 60. Neal Robison Director, ISV Relationship Management March 2010 | AMD Confidential
  61. 61. AMD’s Gamer-Focused Program AMD has had successful Gaming ISV engagements for several years Today we build upon that with: a clear statement of principles a renewed commitment to enhanced technical and marketing support the introduction of a proper name and identity 61 | Gamers First | March 2010
  62. 62. Introducing... AMD Gaming Evolved is: A new name and identity – clearly distinguishes what we do with the gaming community A reflection of our ongoing commitment to gamers An indication of the depth of technical and marketing engagement with game developers 62 | Gamers First | March 2010
  63. 63. AMD Fusion Partner Program Help our software partners deliver compelling technology to meet new market demands Offer a program that delivers content, tech enablement, development resources and marketing support Foundation Benefits Platforms Technical Enablement Partner Management PR & Social Media Support Partner Training & Partnerships Communication Resource Center 63 | Gamers First | March 2010 Make it easier for software partners to develop innovative solutions based on AMD technology Help software partners expand sales network through AMD’s extensive ecosystem
  64. 64. Gamers Come First 1. Gamers Manifesto (Statement of Principles) 2. Technical and Marketing Enablement 3. Program Identity 64 | Gamers First | March 2010
  65. 65. Nigel Dessau Chief Marketing Officer, AMD March 2010 | AMD Confidential
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