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Discover all the latest global trends in games this July 6-7 at Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto

Join us in Toronto this July 6-7 for our first-ever PG Connects conference in this diverse, bustling city! You can take advantage of our Mid-Term ticket pricing for a limited time.

Discover all the latest global trends in games this July 6-7 at Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto

The games industry is ever-changing. The technology we use is ever-evolving and what people expect and enjoy the most in gaming can change from day to night. How exactly do we differentiate between what’s trendy and what’s here to stay, and what we should focus our efforts on in the long-term?

At Pocket Gamer Connects, we’re committed to ensuring you have the best information at hand to make the most educated decision for your future projects. So, we have experts from all over joining us this July at our Toronto show lifting the veil on everything related to global trends. It’s going to be incredible. Join us and 750 other games industry delegates for the first ever iteration of the top b2b gaming industry conference in Toronto. We’re breaking it all down for you.

This unmissable track is part of the Brands x Ads x Games summit happening alongside Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto. All conference attendees get complimentary access to this summit, and it’s an unparalleled opportunity to elevate your brand while discovering the biggest opportunities for growth in the industry. We’ll be demystifying the key developments, celebrating the great work already being done and showcasing the tremendous potential both now (with mobile and PC/console platforms) but also in the future as blockchain, XR and the metaverse gaming worlds grow. You won’t want to miss it.

It’s the same conference you know and love with all-new opportunities in an incredible new city. Over July 6th to 7th you will get to hear from over 120 of the world’s biggest authorities in gaming and connect with representatives from companies like Google, Netflix and Electronic Arts. What better way to expand your network and pick the most brilliant, forward-gazing minds in the industry? Don’t miss out on your opportunity to join us this summer, we have recently released a wave of virtual tickets and we currently have a Mid-Term offer available – no excuse not to be there come July and truly invest in taking your career to the next level you’ve been dreaming of!

Today, we’re shining the spotlight on our Global Trends track. In this track, you will find facts, figures and insight into the latest industry trends from all over the globe. The track will feature sessions tackling topics such as telling diverse stories on small screens, using data to keep up with trends and web3 entertainment for social good. You won’t want to miss it.

Keep on reading to find out more about what the track is all about.

Global Trends: July 6
10:00 - We’re kicking off the very first conference morning with a superstar session on how to tell diverse stories for mobile gaming with Franci Dimitrovska of Electronic Arts.
10:20 - How can we use data to keep up with mobile game trends? Learn this and more from Gameloft’s Michael Stolls.
10:40 - Next is an unmissable panel on how the landscape of games publishing has changed after a year of high-profile M&A. Join Ryan Black of DLA Piper, Jim Ying of CV Capital, Mario Rizzo of Artisan Studios, Amanda Farough of F Squared and Stephen Fisher of Fenwick & West LLP to learn more.
11:20 - We’re rounding out the track with Purple Penguin’s Kevin Lawson leading a conversation on how we can create web3 entertainment for social good. You won’t want to miss it.

Book your ticket to Toronto now
There’s no time like now to buy your ticket to Toronto! We have both virtual and in-person tickets available, and you can get them both at a reduced price with our Mid Term offer. This can save you up to $220 CAD, so don’t wait up! It’s only available for a limited time, be sure to take advantage of it while you still can and book your ticket before time runs out.

See you in Toronto!


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