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Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco 2018 schedule is live

Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco 2018 schedule is live

Oh, did we mention the fact the agenda for our third PGC San Francisco conference on May 14th to 15th is live?

It's all go at the moment while we're putting the finishing touches to the event so the message may have failed to fully filter through but, yes, the content is all currently on show. (As with all conferences, you can expect a little tinkering right up until the last minute but things are otherwise pretty set.)

And holy moly, it's our best SF line-up yet, with the likes of Niantic, Super Evil Megacorp, King, EA, flaregames, FunPlus, Zynga, High Fidelity, Epic Games, ESL, Jam City, Lightneer, Seriously, Skillz, Sega, NetmarbleBig Blue, Digi-Capital, Twitch, and many more in attendance.

That's just the speakers, incidentally.

Spread over 10 super-packed tracks, we've got experts contributing to two days' worth of sessions that focus on topics right across the sector, such as…

We could go on but you get the gist. There are these plus another 50-odd talks which combined offer as expansive a selection as our audience is broad, comprised as it is of representatives from every facet of the mobile games industry – whether students or C-level executives, with everyone in between. 

It's what our Connects series specializes in.

In practice that means 1,000 delegates who'll get to connect via matchmaking sessions, pitching events, our free and unlimited meeting system, lively expo, mentor cafe, planned evening entertainment, and more.

Not to mention the included, free, access to partner conference Blockchain Gamer Connects (yep, one ticket, two conferences).

Right, plenty to absorb so we'll leave it there today. Take a look through to see how attending could benefit you and your business and then grab a ticket to come join us? (Remember that as a reader you can action a further 10 per cent discount by applying code PGBIZ10.)


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.

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