Three wise men of mobile gaming

Creative Tech Serbia 13.07.2022.
Time 18:00
Language Serbian
Location Prostor Miljenko Dereta
Price Free

Three wise men of mobile gaming

Huuuge Games, Rovio, EA games, King, Supercell. Giants of mobile gaming, right? Their employees certainly have a lot of experience on successful projects. Especially if they are in leadership positions. And what if we tell you that three seniors from these companies are from Serbia?


We are extremely pleased to invite you to hang out with Stane, Aleksandar and another Aleksandar. They normally live and work in Finland and Sweden, and by a combination of happy circumstances, they’re coming to Belgrade at the same time. Stane is currently a Creative Director at Northern Stars, Aleksandar is a Game Lead at Supercell, and the other Aleksandar is a Technical Director at King (more detailed biographies at the bottom of the page). They contacted us with a proposal to take advantage of their visit, which we eagerly accepted.

At this unusual gathering, we will talk with them about their careers, the path from education to a leadership position, as well as what it’s like to work with large teams on the most successful projects in the past few years. However, we will leave most of the time for your questions. This is a unique opportunity to meet our three wise men and ask them anything you want to know about working on mobile games, personal development, leading teams… Whatever interests you. After that, we count on your company with an iced drink and getting to know your colleagues.

You can also send us your questions in advance when you register for the event at this link. Attendance is free, but please send this really short RSVP.


Really for everyone involved in game development. The emphasis will certainly be on mobile games, but game designers, artists, programmers, and monetization experts are all welcome. We believe that guests of this caliber can say something useful to each of you.


As our guests are from the Finnish and Swedish industries, with whom we have already built good relations and collaborated on several projects, guests at the event will also be Jovana Krajnović from the Embassy of Finland, as well as Zlatan Milošević, Trade and Economic Officer from the Embassy of Sweden. In their opening address, they will tell us more about the importance of developing relations and exchanging knowledge between our countries.


This activity is launched by Creative Tech Serbia with the support of USAID Serbia and ICT Hub Belgrade (through the Serbia Innovates project), within the Supercluster pilot. More about the supercluster Creative Tech Serbia can be found here.

Aleksandar Marković,
Game Lead, Supercell
About the lecturer

Aleksandar Marković completed his graduate studies at the Faculty of Mathematics, and then his master’s studies at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. He has been developing games for over ten years, both in startups and garage studios, as well as in larger studios such as Nordeus, Huuuge Games and Rovio. He currently works as a Game Lead at Supercell.

Aleksandar Milosavljević,
Technical Director, King
About the lecturer

Aleksandar Milosavljević discovered his love for programming back in the days of Commodore 64. After graduating from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, he tried his hand at various sub-disciplines of programming: from programming enterprise applications, through art installations, websites to Flash games. He has been involved in game development for over ten years, where he had the opportunity to work on titles such as Top Eleven (Nordeus), Heroic (Nordeus), Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! (King). He currently works as a Technical Director at King.

Stanislav Stanković,
Creative Director, Tracktwenty EA
About the lecturer

Stanislav Stanković currently works as a creative director at Northern Stars. Prior to this, he was at Tracktwenty EA studio in Helsinki, Finland. He started working at EA as a Game Designer in 2015. He started his career in the video game industry in 2012 as a Game Designer at the Rovio studio in Tampere, Finland. He completed his studies in computer science at the Faculty of Electronics in Nis.