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Pitch your indie game at the Big Indie Pitch Helsinki on 17 Nov

Be in it to win it in Finland

Pitch your indie game at the Big Indie Pitch Helsinki on 17 Nov

Helsinki, Finland. In a fit of individuality, the Finnish capital has foregone the Scandinavian tradition of simply being an effective setting for murder mysteries to become the capital of mobile gaming.

So what better place is there for the chance to host another now legendary Big Indie Pitch, sponsored by GetSocial, to round off the year? Taking place on the afternoon of Monday 17 November, developers will have their chance to prove their offering is ';Seriously' the 'Next Games' to go 'Supercell'.

Pitchers to the plate

Poorly assembled puns aside, the Big Indie Pitch offers indies of all shapes and sizes the chance to get their game in front of leading journalists.

Bringing their hard work to our exclusive Helsinki venue, pitchers will have three minutes to pitch their game to each team of journalists before receiving a minute feedback in return.

After every pitcher has visited all five tables, prizes will be awarded to the top three developers with each of them receiving coverage in a number of publications and advertising across the Steel Media network (which includes us as well as AppSpy, Pocket Gamer and 148 Apps).

Get involved

So are you an indie in Helsinki on the 17 November? Then why not come along.

You can sign up to the Big Indie Pitch by submitting your game here and by grabbing a free indie developer ticket here. And if you simply want to turn up and come along for the show, you can also grab a free ticket using the developer ticket link as well.

Win the pitch, win an offensive weapon

The Big Indie Pitch this year has already helped Foodo Kitchen and Timberman to receive media coverage in advance of getting an App Store feature. If you want your chance to benefit from that, then we recommend you sign up and give us a pitch – we’re looking forward to seeing you!

Staff Writer

George Osborn (no, not that one) has been ensnared by PocketGamer.biz 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.

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