Join us in Malmo for our Nordic Game 2014 Mobile Mixer

Let's shake things up in Sweden

Join us in Malmo for our Nordic Game 2014 Mobile Mixer

The Pocket Gamer party tour bus continues to rumble around Europe and with Nordic Game 2014 a little under two weeks away, we had to make sure that we were there.

So on the 20 May, the day before the conference kicks off, we'll be coming over the Oresund Bridge to host a Mobile Mixer at the Babel bar to help you kick off three days of fun.

Sticking it in the mix

As per usual, we'll be delighting you with our classic mixture of chit chat and quaffing of alcoholic beverages to help you get the conversation started with all the fabulous people who are heading to a city known for Scandinavian murder mysteries, Zlatan Ibrahmimovic and beguiling mobile game Badland.

Steel Media MD Chris James will be joined in conversation by a panel of crack mobile experts, including Oscar Clark of Everyplay and Arthur Grigorjan from Creative Mobile, to spend a little under an hour tackling one of the topical issues of the day in entertaining style.

Having a natter at our Amsterdam mixer

Once the panel has died down and the participants have been separated by security, the rest of the evening will be set aside for cordial conversation, furious good fun and debonair drinking to set the tone for a marvellous few days in Malmo.

Sign up for free

Best of all, as with all the best things in life, it is completely free to attend for absolutely anyone in the industry. All you have to do to take part is sign up to our Eventbrite page for free and turn up with your business card on the evening to get in.

So come on then and get signed up for our Mobile Mixer. It's going to be, as the Swedes say, fantastiskt.

Thanks to our sponsors Everyplay and Creative Mobile for supporting the Malmo Mobile Mixer.



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.