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Call for speakers: PG Connects Helsinki returns on September 19th to 20th

Call for speakers: PG Connects Helsinki returns on September 19th to 20th

And so the Pocket Gamer Connects juggernaut goes forth. We've done London, we've announced San Francisco, and now join us on board as we set course towards the end of Q3, when we head back to a firm favourite in Finland. 

PGC Helsinki, on September 19th to 20th, will mark our fourth time in this most splendid of locations. From modest yet robust beginnings in 2014, the conference has grown year on year and we're not about to stunt that trend.

Bigger and better

But we may sprinkle a little extra protein to speed up its evolution. So expect a bigger & better affair, with two days crammed full of content: some 90 sessions from more than 100 speakers delivering around 40 hours of content to over 1,000 of the industry's finest.

We'll cover the key topics relating to the industry, of course, then squeeze in our usual fringe event bonanza – upgraded for 2017, naturally – as well as one or two new, exciting additions that will make a big difference. We'll be uncovering those soon.

Right now we're tinkering with the content and are on the lookout for the special guys and gals to join our already mighty speaker crew. So if you have something to share, the PGC submission form awaits.

If you're more a 'in the crowd' type, not a problem: Super Early Bird tickets are now live and offer a Titanic-sized saving over their full price counterpart.


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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