The Big Indie Pitch, our industry leading competition for indie mobile games developers is coming to California this June, not once, but twice.
The Big Indie Pitch is completely free event which sees sees developers pitch their games to a range of experts from the world of mobile gaming, with prizes for the winners.
Overall it’s a great chance to get instant feedback on your games, whilst also making some valuable connections and gaining some valuable coverage on Pocket Gamer.
So if you’re a developer of a mobile, portable, or mobile VR title, then read on find out when and where our upcoming California pitches will be taking place, and most importantly how to enter.
Big Indie Pitch arrives in Los Angeles
First up is our Big Indie Pitch in Los Angeles, which arrives in the City of Angeles just in time for E3.
In a week renowned for showcasing all of the latest games to look forward to, the Big Indie Pitch will be no different, highlighting some of the best and brightest mobile games in development by the indie community on Tuesday, June 13th.
So if you’re heading to Los Angeles for E3 and want to showcase your game, or even if you’re just based in California and want to come along and pitch, then head over to the following link for more information about the event, including how to register your game: http://www.pocketgamer.biz/events/897/big-indie-pitch-la-2017/
Very Big Indie Pitch @ Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco
Moving on from E3, Pocket Gamer will be returning to California only two weeks laters for Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco on June 27th and 28th.
As part of this event, as always we’ll be bringing along our bumper Very Big Indie Pitch too. At this event not only will we have up to double the number of entrants we normally have, but all entrants will also gain free entry to our leading conference, alongside a chance to win one of our bigger and better prizes.
Additionally, we also have some complimentary tables to give away for those who are shortlisted to pitch. Though these are on a first come first serve basis.
So, if you’re thinking of coming to Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco and have a game to pitch, or even if you’re just looking for a free way to either gain entry to the show or gain a booth for both days, then head over to the following link for more information about the event, including how to enter: http://www.pocketgamer.biz/events/880/the-very-big-indie-pitch-pg-connects-san-francisco-2017/