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Tell us what the biggest mobile gaming trends of 2016 were in our survey here

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Tell us what the biggest mobile gaming trends of 2016 were in our survey here

It’s been another big year in the games industry, with mobile continuing to boom and virtual reality’s big hitters finally making their consumer debuts.

There have been some incredible changes and growth, and we want to make sure everybody knows what’s been achieved and what can be done to fuel further progress in 2017.

To that end, we’re running the Mobile Games Trends Survey 2016.

And we need your help. You can take part in the survey here and it takes just five minutes to fill in.

Industry insights

The feedback you give us on this year’s trends will help us make our Pocket Gamer Connects and VR Connects events better for you in the future.

And because we know how vital this sort of information is, we’ll be making the report available on PocketGamer.biz and TheVirtualReport.biz following January's PG Connects and VR Connects London events, which takes place on January 16th and 17th.

As a thank you for taking part, we will give the first 50 people who participate a 25% discount voucher for standard tickets to Pocket Gamer Connects.

It’ll save you up to $207 and is the best deal for tickets around at the moment, not available anywhere else.

And FIVE lucky participants will be chosen at random to receive a completely FREE ticket. Hurry!

Offers apply to indie, developer/publisher and standard non-developer/non-publisher tickets only.

Connecting the games industry

Pocket Gamer Connects is Europe's largest mobile games conference and offers unparalleled networking and learning opportunities.

For the first time this year we’re also running VR Connects at the same time. A ticket for one gets you into the other as well.

You can take part in the Mobile Games Trends Survey 2016 here.


Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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