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Final week to enter the Very Big Indie Pitch at PG Connects Bangalore 2016

Final week to enter the Very Big Indie Pitch at PG Connects Bangalore 2016

Are you an indie developer currently working on a mobile game and who's going to be in or around Bangalore on April 21-22?

If that's a 'yes', then you really ought to enter Reliance Games's Game Hack competition, the final of which will be held during Pocket Gamer Connects Bangalore under the guise of the conference's Very Big Indie Pitch event.

But hurry, because the deadline for submissions is March 31.

The format will see the VBIP session feature the top 20 finalist teams going head-to-head as they pitch their creation to international media and established industry figures in our renowned 'speed dating' format.

Aside from the chance to get their game in front of the leading media influencers and potential publisher partners, this Very Big Indie Pitch will also reward handsomely.

The winners will receive the following in marketing and technical investment:

  • Winner: $20,000
  • Runner Up: $10,000
  • Third Place: $5,000

Plus, they'll receive a cash prize:

  • Winner: 500,000 (Indian rupees)
  • Runner Up: 100,000 (Indian rupees)

(For more information about the VBIP event, as well as previous pitchers and winners, please read our BIP Information Pack.)

With three boys under the age of 12, former Edge editor Joao has given up his dream of making it to F1 and instead spends his weekends transforming his living room floor into a venue for hosting increasingly complex Scalextric tracks. When in work mode, he looks after the production (aka the behind-the-scenes magic) of Steel Media's series of conferences.

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