Meet us at Tokyo Game Show

Meet us at Tokyo Game Show

If you’re attending Tokyo Game Show this week, then why not come and talk to us? We’ll be there too! is part of the Steel Media family of sites and events. We’re the biggest Western media company in the mobile games space, publishing market-leading (B2C) titles like Pocket Gamer, 148Apps, AppSpy, plus leading B2B publications such as, as well as the Pocket Gamer Connects and Big Indie Pitch events.

We’ve now also expanded into the influencer space (B2B + B2C), the VR/AR and blockchain sectors, and the PC space with our network of sites (, and industry events – so we can help connect you with Western players and businesses there too.

How can we help?

  • We can connect you with western players (through media, advertising, and influencers)
  • Build the brand/profile of your company/services in the western B2B industry (through events and media)
  • Connect you with leading indies, publishers, and other companies (via our pitch and conference events)
  • Provide consultancy services to help tailor your game to the western market

Meet us at Tokyo Game Show!

If you’d like to meet our mobile, PC and VR/AR team at Tokyo Game Show, simply fill in this form.


Steve is an award-winning editor and copywriter with 20 years’ experience specialising in consumer technology and video games. He was part of a BAFTA nominated developer studio as project manager for the UK’s first fully interactive digital TV channel. In addition to editing, Steve contributes to, and, as well as creating marketing content for a range of SMEs and agencies.


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Thomas Continsouzas
nice to see that you'll be at TGS.
Just a remark: it looks like this article is targeted at Japanese developers that may want to enter foreign markets. Unfortunately, I've never met a Japanese person in the industry that reads this site. This is not a critic towards Pocket Gamer since I love this site, but just an observation after 4 years working on mobile games in Japan. I actually talk about Pocket Gamer to most Japanese people to tell them how much they could gain from studying some English then getting info for latest trends in other markets in the world, but they tend to stick with local websites offering mostly Japanese news such as If I were you, I'd try and make a collaboration with them.
Also, I thought about sending the link for the form to get an appointment with you to people I know in the industry in Japan but the Japanese is of really poor quality and it would give a really bad first impression.
Anyway, I hope you will not take my message as a baseless critic but a sincere feedback from someone who has been checking out your website almost daily for many years.