Indian mobile game superstars ready for PG Connects Bangalore

Make In India track aims to deliver local insight

Indian mobile game superstars ready for PG Connects Bangalore

Inspired by the 'Make In India' initiative, the fourth and final PG Connects Bangalore track to be revealed is a bespoke programme that offers a razor sharp focus on the Indian mobile games development scene.

To be held during Day 1 of the April 16-17 conference taking place at the Lalit Ashok Bangalore hotel, PGC's Make In India covers a range of key topics from zero-to-hero funding, best production practice, and studios showcasing the benefit of the effort/reward approach to the building of branded IP, how to achieve captivating game design, and getting the insight on the domestic market's potential.

Expect a highly condensed and essential package for the domestic mobile dev community delivered by some of the leading names of the domestic sector.

Speakers featured on this track include:

  • Anuj Tandon, Rolocule Labs
  • Shailesh Prabhu, Yellow Monkey Studios
  • Rohit Goyal, PaxPlay
  • Kinshuk Sunil, Hashtash Studios
  • Sumit Mehra, Zynga
  • Sourabh Aggarwal, Octro
  • Rajesh Rao, Nasscom Gaming Forum
  • Matt Powers, Reliance Games
  • As well as representatives from Tiny Mogul Games, Ruby Seven Studios, Bash Gaming, EA India, Disney India, and Hungama Digital.

You'll find a full track listing here.

Booking time

Produced in partnership with Reliance Games, PGC Bangalore offers the perfect blend of sharply honed content, unrivalled access to the leading international experts, and excellent networking opportunities with the key members of the India and South East Asia mobile sector.

Some of the most engaging names in the industry are turning up to deliver vital market insight alongside practical development, marketing, and monetisation advice.

Tickets for the conference 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.