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Very Big Indie Pitch returns at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015

Deadline for submissions 8 Dec

Very Big Indie Pitch returns at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015

In case you haven't already heard, our mammoth developer pitching competition, also known as the Very Big Indie Pitch, will making its return at PG Connects London 2015 on 13 January.

The event brings journalists and developers together for some speed-date-style pitching, fun, giving you the chance to get some critical feedback on that mobile masterpiece you're currently working on.

Aside from giving you the chance to parade your game in front of leading media influencers and potential publisher partners, the Very Big Indie Pitch will also reward top developers - that's you - with a share of a promotional prize package worth over $25,000.

Pitch and win

Entry is open for indie developers of all shapes and sizes, however, the clock is ticking, as all entries must be submitted by 8 December.

If you do sign up and are shortlisted to take part in the pitch, you'll be issued with a complimentary Pocket Gamer Connects conference pass for both days of the event: a prize that's currently worth $275. 

Passionate pitching

Even if you're not selected to pitch, we'll still send you a discount code to sign up for a pass at the current rate, meaning you'll be able to come along and network to your heart's content.

Indie attractions

Quite apart from the Very Big Indie Pitch, there's a whole host of reasons why you should pop along to PG Connects London, the biggest and best mobile games conference in Europe.

Our dedicated Indie Survival Guide track is packed full of indie heroes including the likes of Mike Bithell, Vlambeer, Fireproof,  Frogmind and countless others offering practical advice on everything from gaining finance through to marrying creative ideas with the latest business models.

On top of this we have another 4 tracks of content looking at global games publishing (in Asia, India and LatAm regions); user acquisition, engagement and monetisation; exploring the next wave of technologies (including 3D printing, VR and wearables); and celebrating the best of British games past, present and future.

We're also bringing across the biggest names from Finland and the Nordics for an investor pitch and an exploration of education in games and gaming education.

There's an indie developer exhibition area to explore (or exhibit in if you fancy) as well as the main expo and plenty of media on hand writing up stories and taking video. 

Above all else it's a great place to meet people, both peers, partners and publishers via our bespoke Pitch & Match Meeting system as well as evening mixers, parties and pub crawls.

Sign up now

It might sound too good to be true, but we promise you it isn't. So, what are you waiting for?

Just click right here to find out more about PG Connects and/or click here to submit your game for the VBIP right away!

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