Book your appointment to meet journalists
There are a thousand reasons to come to Pocket Gamer Connects London 2020. The networking, the workshops, the panels and talks, the parties. But if you’re a developer working on a game, one of the most valuable benefits of joining 2,500 professionals at the leading mobile games conference is the chance to meet the press.
Our editorial team from PocketGamer.com, the longest-running and leading b2c mobile gaming site, will be joining us at venue, let by editor Dann Sullivan. If you’re an indie developer working on a game, this could be your chance to get it on the experts’ radar.
It can be hard to pin a journalist down, even at an event like PGC. So we’ve taken some of the randomness out of it with our Journalist Bar. It’s a place to meet a member of the Pocket Gamer consumer team. These are writers and editors who will have 15-minute appointments available to check out new games. The mornings will be by appointment only, the afternoons will be for walk-ins.
To book an appointment, please head to this Google form and pick a timeslot!
To avoid disappointment, please nominate a time to come. Then we can ensure there’s a member of the Pocket Gamer team there waiting for you at that time.
If you’re unable to make an appointment for the Monday or Tuesday mornings, the Journalist Bar will be open in the afternoons for people to drop in. The PocketGamer.com team can’t promise any specific coverage following a meeting, but it’s a great way to get an experienced editor or reviewer to check out your game and perhaps give instant feedback.
Please note: you also need to be registered for Pocket Gamer Connects London! A Journalist Bar appointment is not a ticket to enter the conference and does not guarantee entry. Appointments are first come, first served so if you visit that link and there are no available slots… sorry. There will be walk-in time at the show in the afternoons, with Pocket Gamer staff available on our stand as much as possible. You might also want to consider formally showing your indie game to the Big Indie Pitch judges. Meeting with a journalist or editor does not guarantee coverage.