Final chance to speak at PG Connects San Francisco on July 7-8

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Final chance to speak at PG Connects San Francisco on July 7-8

The deadline for speaker submissions for Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco is fast approaching.

When looking for speakers for our PGC conferences, we like to focus on the brightest, most interesting, and most engaging individuals - anyone fitting that bill, whether from the biggest publisher or the smallest indie, gets a shot.

Already for PGC San Francisco we have representatives from:

Glu Mobile, Tencent, DeNA, Google, Twitter,SGN, Seriously, Super Evil Megacorp, Hitcents, Pixowl, Pocket Gems, Unity, Digi-Capital, and more…

Almost all of our session slots for the event have gone, but we are still open to splendid speaker submissions for each of our tracks.

Unsure of what we’re looking for? Here’s a quick guide for potential candidates:

Acquire, Engage, Monetise
We’re after top mobile marketing and development tips that’ll help others to strengthen their game’s user life cycle. Developers who have come up with innovative in game approaches to retention or monetisation are particularly interesting to us.

East Meets West
We’re looking for top-level speakers to discuss the major global issues. We’re particularly keen on data providers to help contextualise key markets, American gaming studios based outside of California, and success stories in markets developers may not have tapped yet.

Indie Survival Guide
We’re super keen for indie developers to share their stories with our audience. We’ll be looking for developers with tips on how to keep an indie studio afloat, as well as developers who can provide post mortems of successful titles.

The Future of the Industry
We’re looking for developers working on wearable games, VR games, and AR games to speak at the show. There is also space for visionary analysts and experts in non-development fields to discuss the future within their specialism.

Can you contribute your expertise to any of the above? Submit your talk today and join the PGC Speakers elite!

With three boys under the age of 12, former Edge editor Joao has given up his dream of making it to F1 and instead spends his weekends transforming his living room floor into a venue for hosting increasingly complex Scalextric tracks. When in work mode, he looks after the production (aka the behind-the-scenes magic) of Steel Media's series of conferences.