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Call for speakers: The finest games industry insight sought for PG Connects San Francisco 2018 on May 14th to 15th

Call for speakers: The finest games industry insight sought for PG Connects San Francisco 2018 on May 14th to 15th

Hot on the heels of a magnificent Pocket Gamer Connects London – and by 'magnificent' we really mean 'the biggest and most successful Connects event yet' – comes our next conference outing.

Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco on May 14th to 15th will mark our third event in that fine Californian city and a return to last year's venue, Bespoke.

Dish out the knowledge

But if the location on both counts is identical, the show certainly won't be. As ever, we'll go bigger and better than before – 100-plus speakers, 10 conference tracks, 1,000 delegates from every corner of the industry – with particular attention paid to boosting networking opportunities and fringe events, as well as a restructured and re-engineered agenda keen to reflect the latest issues at the core of the mobile games sector.

And for that we'll need the help of the industry's finest minds. We have some already confirmed (announcements coming soon) but we're on the lookout for more. So if your expertise sits within any of the following:

  • Influencer marketing
  • Cryptocurrency/blockchain/ICO
  • Company culture
  • Industry trends
  • Development knowhow (game mechanics, audio, UX, live ops)
  • Indie success stories/postmortems
  • Monetisation

…we're particularly keen to hear from you. The PGC submission form is your friend.

If you're rather absorb the insight than impart it, that's fine too. Super Early Bird tickets are still available.

 


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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