What platforms are most important to you? What type of gamer are you targeting? What are the biggest threats to your business? Those are the kind of questions we’re asking developers in order to take a snapshot of the industry this year. Enter our traditional annual developer trends survey this week, and as well as helping us understand the world of games development better, you might win tickets to the next online conference:
We regularly produce a Mobile Games Developer Trends Survey, so we can present back to you an accurate portrait of the industry over time. To be sure, 2020 is an unusual year in many ways, but we’re still keen for you to check out the form for this year’s survey. Please take part and share your views on how your studio is doing in these unprecedented conditions.
Hurry, your expertise is needed
At the link below, you’ll find a few minutes’ worth of questions about you and your business. They're designed to see how things are going in the market at this interesting time. They are mostly multiple choice and they invite you to rate how your company is doing, how you see the big issues of today, and how positively you feel about the future.
This summer, the survey is produced in association with our partners AdInMo. AdInMo is a dynamic in-game advertising platform that delivers engaged customers for advertisers and quality monetization for developers with click-free immersive brand ads that don’t interrupt game flow.
(Just) time for a prize draw!
As our way of saying thank you for taking part, we will give a discount voucher for our conference Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki Digital 2020 if you fill in the form this week.
We're also giving away five complimentary tickets to Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki Digital 2020, drawn at random from all entrants. T&Cs apply. If you’d rather keep your entries anonymous, that’s fine too.
When will you see the results of the survey? Some of the headline findings will be revealed during Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki Digital by Adinmo in a fireside chat. The full analysis will come your way in a free PDF ebook, downloadable at the end of September.