[UPDATE] Huge dev-only PG Connects San Francisco 2015 offer now on

But hurry: it's a limited one-time deal

[UPDATE] Huge dev-only PG Connects San Francisco 2015 offer now on

[Due to massive response to our promotion - and by popular demand - we've opened up a new allocation of tickets. Note that these are strictly limited and will be available for 2 days only.]

When we can, we like to give a little back to this industry of ours.

But this time the summer sun may have gone to our heads because, for the next 5 days only, we’re offering MIGHTY discounts specifically for a limited number of developers looking to attend PG Connects San Francisco!

Developer passes…

…for the 2-day show to you ARE JUST $100 PER TICKET (usually $300) - this includes access to ALL conference tracks, both expos, the epic after party, and lunch boxes on both days!

Simply use code SUMMERDEV when booking.

Developer Showcase Table…

…for the 2 days IS ONLY $350 PER TABLE(usually $900) - this includes a meeting table, 4 chairs, power socket, and 2 Developer Passes. The Showcase Table is placed within the I Love Indie Showcase expo hall and offers the following features & benefits:

  • Showcase your game to the mobile & tablet games industry
  • Meet potential publishers, partners, and distributors
  • Meet games industry journalists + bloggers/vloggers and gain on-the-spot feedback for your game(s)
  • Meet and network with other developers and peers

Simply use code SUMMERSHOW when booking.

Why should you come?

We've got two days packed with 5 tracks.

  • East Meets West;
  • Indie Survival Guide;
  • The Future of Mobile Gaming;
  • Acquire, Engage, Monetize;
  • The Superstar Sessions;

plus 80+ speakers, 100+ sessions, 500+ delegates, and our usual fringe events (which include the I Love Indie Showcase, the Very Big Indie Pitch, and after-show PG Party).

The huge discount means this is a one-time deal, is limited, and a first come, first served basis. So grab a ticket while you can.

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.