We're delighted to announce the addition of three more big names for this years Very Big Indie Pitch.
The wonderful folk from Rovio, MyGamez and GameSparks are joining Wild Tangent as sponsors of our biggest ever indie developer pitching competition.
Kicking off our PG Connects conference in fine style on 20 January 2014, the Very Big Indie Pitch will allow developers to showcase their wares to engaged journalists and publishers via a unique speed-dating format.
Fast talkin' game developin'
Aside from increasing your chances of media coverage and possibly landing a publishing deal, the challenge is a great way to hone your presentational patter for your game.
So regardless of whether your goal is scoring a publisher, catching the news editors eye, scooping investment or even just thinking of the most succinct way to get your message across to potential players, the 4-minute pitch practise is an amazing exercise.
With over $20,000 worth of promotion and services up for grabs for the three top teams plus a chance to network with other developers, publishers and industry professionals from around the globe, the Very Big Indie Pitch looks like it might live up to one developers description as the first essential event of 2014.
To register your game for the VBIP now, simply pop along to this PG Business Network page (or sign up now it just takes a couple of minutes) and send us some info.
Well be picking a short-list around 19 December.
Of course, if you want to also take advantage of a whole host of other cool stuff at our PG Connects conference (as listed below), you can sign up for a ticket now from just £75 for developers and £300 for non-developers.
- Two full dedicated mobile game tracks (for global game publishing and indie developer stardom)
- Two evening networking events (PG Mixer and Party)
- Global Mobile Games Trend Report (worth over £200)
- Free lunch and coffee
- Access to all presentations via a digital ticket
- Simple networking system
- And much much more
Or as the men with moustaches put it