The next Big Indie Pitch is heading for Krakow

Teaming up with Digital Dragons

The next Big Indie Pitch is heading for Krakow

Are you an indie developer desperately searching for an audience? Do you think you could dazzle leading members of the mobile gaming press with your handiwork?

If both of those tick your boxes (so to speak), then you should be booking your spot and packing your bags for the next Big Indie Pitch, this time bound for Krakow on Wednesday 7 May.

Hosted in the uber trendy OFF CeNtrum and sponsored by Digital Dragons and Immersion, the latest Pitch will be following the classic speed dating format you've all grown to love.

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Giving each developer three minutes with a number of the industry's leading press, you'll have the chance to show off your game in all its glory and get invaluable feedback on how to make it even better.

Show us your special moves

To get involved, all you have to do is to RSVP on our Eventbrite page and fill in this simple form before Wednesday 23 April to throw your game into the hat.

Journos from The Observer, Pocket Gamer, and ITProPortal will all be on hand.

We'll then go through the entries, select our favourites and invite them to show off their wares in front of media representing the likes of The Observer, Pocket Gamer, and ITProPortal. Pretty good eh?

And just in case you're in the area for Digital Dragons and want to show up anyway, you're in luck. You can register to turn up as a spectator for free so you can come along, enjoy the show and network with all the incredible people who turn up to events as stylish and fun as these.

Just make sure you bring along a business card so we know who you are.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to our Eventbrite page now for more details and to register your interest in heading down to the pitch. Bring on the indies!

Thanks to Immersion for sponsoring the event.

Staff Writer

George Osborn (no, not that one) has been ensnared by to write words for them on pain of death/in return for money. He works with the events team to produce pitch perfect editorial for Pocket Gamer's ever-expanding events schedule, as well as working on advice features and articles to help game developers make the most of mobile.