We invite your to enjoy San Francisco's newest upscale electronic music venue and network with some of the biggest names in the gaming industry, all while dancing to the sounds of one of the best DJ's on the planet.
Z-Trip is often referred to as a young Rick Rubin. His roots are based in Hip Hop, but he covers and loves all music styles. Considered by many as the godfather of mash-ups, his style of mixing and producing reaches way beyond that. Z-Trip received the award forAmerica’s Best DJ and still remains on the top 10 lists year after year. He has collaborated with some of the very best to ever do it: Nas, Bassnectar, Public Enemy, DJ Shadow, Rakim, Shepard Fairey, Talib Kweli and many others.
As a performer, Z-Trip is one of the very few able to play traditional festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, SXSW and Australia’s Big Day Out, as well as the EDM circuit. HisElectric Daisy Carnival and Electric Zoo sets were both festival highlights.
Now in its seventh year, GamesBeat is bringing together over 500 top execs, investors, analysts, and entrepreneurs from the hottest companies to explore the gaming industry’s latest trends, growth opportunities, technical directions, and newest monetization opportunities. The conference [we’ll] focus on the international explosion of gaming and what it takes to create a sustainable business by reaching and retaining your game’s users.
Verso is San Francisco’s newest electronic music venue featuring weekly club events with the worlds best DJs and live performers. The space features a state-of-the-art sound system from the Dutch company Alcons Audio, which guarantees premier, sound quality for revelers, and is the first of its kind installed in the US.
The Latin word - Verso, which translates to “on the turned page”, is located in the space of a former printing press. The refreshed interior showcases a comfortable, modern design created by Napa-based ShopWorks. The space offers a study in contrasts – high ceilings, walls of raw exposed brick and concrete flooring reflects the space’s industrial legacy, while tufted banquettes and inviting sofas and ottomans, reminiscent of British private clubs, create a comfortable and relaxed vibe.