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Tracks revealed for PC Connects Helsinki 2017

Tracks revealed for PC Connects Helsinki 2017

We're delighted to reveal what attendees at our upcoming PC tracks at Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki (cleverly named PC Connects Helsinki) can expect to see.

We have four tracks during the event on September 19th and 20th that will cover the breadth of the PC games market.

State of Play will assess how the state of the PC games space, giving attendees an insight into what the biggest areas of growth and opportunity are, as well as what to beware of.

Digital Discovery is set to tackle one of the biggest issues for developers right now: getting your game noticed in an increasingly busy marketplace.

The Making Of track will bring some of the hottest names in game development right now to take us behind the the scenes on their titles – from inception to release.

And finally, PC Games University will provide a more technical insight into games development, both during the making of a new release and beyond.

Why not join in?

PC Connects Helsinki is the first event run by the staff behind PCGamesInsider, and takes place on September 19th and 20th.

If you are interested in speaking at the event, we do still have spaces to fill and you can sign up here.

For any enquiries on the editorial side of things, get in touch PCGI editor Alex Calvin at alex.calvin@stelmedia.co.uk. If you fancy sponsoring the event or one of the above tracks, please email Alex Boucher at alex.boucher@steelmedia.co.uk.

Tickets for PC Connects can be found here, along with more information about the event.


Editor - PC Games Insider

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