10th birthday party, Big Indie Pitch, and drinks: here's how to meet and hang with Pocket Gamer at GDC 2016

10th birthday party, Big Indie Pitch, and drinks: here's how to meet and hang with Pocket Gamer at GDC 2016

With the Game Developer's Conference fast approaching (14-18 March, 2016), hopefully your preparations are already well underway. 

As such, we've got some important events for you to register for and add to your calendar:

What: A celebration of Pocket Gamer's 10th birthday, offering food, drinks, and networking with the industry's best and brightest.

Where: The Grand, 520 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94107 - only a short walk from the Moscone Center.

When: Monday, 14 March, 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)

If you're interested in sponsorship opportunities, you can contact

What: We're bringing our famous Big Indie Pitch format, which allows independent developers to get insight from expert judges in a fast-pased pitching session, to San Francisco while GDC is in town.

Developers and spectators can register now for free, with prizes including a Pilot Soft Launch from Mobilize worth $3,000.

Where: The Harlot, 46 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94105

When: Thursday, 17 March, 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

What: A post-Big Indie Pitch opportunity to network and, well, drink up.

Where: The House of Shields, 39 New Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94105

When: Thursday, 17 March, 18:00 to 21:00 (PDT)

And if you wish to meet up with specific members of Pocket Gamer staff during GDC, the following will be in attendance.


  • Mark Brown, Pocket Gamer Editor (B2C)
  • Matt Suckley, Writer (B2B)


  • Alex Boucher, Senior Business Development Manager (B2B)
  • Simon Reed, Sales Executive (B2C)


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