Steel Media is dedicated to helping connect and support the mobile games industry and nowhere is this more true than Pocket Gamer Connects.
The conference series’s next event in San Francisco on May 14-15 will represent another key coming together of mobile games industry professionals in the western world yet, with an estimated 1,000 developers, publishers, investors, media, and more in attendance.
Alongside the 10 tracks of content, we already have dedicated ways to enable networking and stimulate business connections:
- The Very Big Indie Pitch Mobile (connecting indie developers with media and more)
- Pitch & Match business matching system (make your own meetings with our user friendly system)
- Dedicated evening networking events (VIP reception, after-show party, and more)
Now we’re adding another one, specifically aimed at developers looking for publishers (either regional or international) and publishers looking for devs and/or new titles.
The SpeedMatch session will enable shortlisted developers and publishers to make initial contact during a dedicated stint of speed-date style meetings.
These short meets aren’t obviously designed for closing a deal, but enable an initial contact that can be followed up with a longer meeting during or after the conference. (Of course, everyone is still free to make as many meetings as they’d like using the standard Pitch & Match system – free to all PGC delegates.)
The SpeedMatch session is open to all developer/publisher/investor delegates of PG Connects San Francisco. There’s no additional charge but there is a filtering process. If you’re interested in taking part simply fill in the application form when we contact you regarding this.
(Note: you need to have registered for PG Connects in order to be contacted – and eligible.)
Not registered for PGC yet? Tsk. You can do so here.
The PGC SF SpeedMatch is set for morning of Day 2 (11am-1pm). Registered delegates will be invited to submit their participation.
(NOTE: Confirmed attendees will need to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start in order to register.)