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Investors line up for Series A pitching event at PG Connects London

Exclusive access to 10 of the hottest Finnish studios

Investors line up for Series A pitching event at PG Connects London

According to Digi Capital and Newzoo the global market for mobile games will be worth $25 billion in 2015 (and as much as $41 billion by 2017).

Whilst there are obviously successful companies all over the world, there’s a disproportionate concentration in the Nordic region and Finland in particular with the likes of Supercell, Rovio and Fingersoft contributing as much as 10% of that market value.

At Pocket Gamer Connects in London (Vinopolis, 13-14th January) a focused group of VCs and private investors will get an exclusive chance to hear the business pitch of 10 of the hottest emerging talents from Finland. All of the pitching companies, hand-picked by Playa Game Industry Hub, have proven teams, a track record of initial success and are looking for series A investment to take their business to the next level.

The pitching companies include:
• Fragment Production
• Kukouri Mobile Entertainment
• NitroGames
• Seepia Games
• SongHi
• Star Arcade
• Traplight Games
• Tribeflame
• Tribe Studios
• Viima Games

In addition to the pitching session, investors will also gain access to the biggest dedicated mobile games trade show in Europe. PG Connects is the best place to get a lowdown on all the latest developments, tips and trends (from global publishing opportunities in Asia and user acquisition techniques to a look at the future opportunities with VR, wearables and 3D Printing).

There’s more about the show at www.pgconnects.com but if you’re an investor interested in taking one of the few remaining investor spots contact Elspeth.Lawson@steelmedia.co.uk


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