Kicking off 2024 with the flagship event in London, Pocket Gamer Connects (PGC) is set to continue celebrating its 10th anniversary with a brand-new special event in San Francisco, California, in March 2024. This milestone event marks a decade of connecting the global games industry, with over 750 attendees expected to participate in two days of networking, discovery, pitching, and learning from some of the world’s leading authorities within the games industry.
The Pocket Gamer Connects: San Francisco event will be held at the Hibernia, a prime venue in the heart of the city. This historic venue, a former bank, is known for its unique Neoclassical Revival-style architecture. It is a short walk from the Moscone Conference Center. Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco is a perfect way to kick off conference week in the city, providing a unique experience, expo showcase and specialised talks and panels in an intimate setting.
Starting in the UK in 2014, the Pocket Gamer Connect event series, now under the parent company Enthusiast Gaming, has transformed from its modest origins into a worldwide sensation, organising 45 events globally. It has become the ultimate hub for the mobile games industry, providing a platform for professionals to gather, connect, exchange stories, and celebrate their achievements.
The PGC San Francisco event is expected to attract over 750 attendees, encompassing a diverse range of industry professionals from all over the globe. These include developers, indie developers, creatives, recruitment professionals, C-level executives, marketing professionals, students, investors, publishers, tool providers, technical teams, ad companies, media, ASO practitioners, app marketers, and app advertisers.
The event will provide an exciting opportunity for these professionals to connect, collaborate, and learn about the latest advancements in the gaming industry. The program will delve into AI, virtual reality, Web3, blockchain, and the metaverse while continuing to provide in-depth coverage of all things mobile gaming.
Exciting Collaboration with MeetToMatch
In a powerful partnership with MeetToMatch, Pocket Gamer Connects San Francisco 2024 is set to become a hub of industry connections. This collaboration positions PGC San Francisco as the official meeting point for this dynamic networking platform. Every delegate at PGC will receive an all-access pass to the MeetToMatch meeting platform, free and unlimited for five whole days during Pocket Gamers Connects and the following days, which runs the same week as Game Developer Conference 2024. Every year, the MeetToMatch San Francisco Edition provides a convenient way to meet people around the city during this busy week. Getting access to this activity as part of your Pocket Gamer Connects ticket registration makes joining the conference even more advantageous and cost-effective.
PGC has partnered with MeetToMatch to ensure that a ticket to PGC San Francisco includes access to MeetToMatch: The San Francisco Edition beyond the conference. Trusted by hundreds of publishers, investors, and developers, the MeetToMatch messaging and matchmaking platform enables ticket holders to connect with the greatest minds from all game companies around the world.
Operating throughout the week’s conference activities, a ticket to PGC enables you to use the platform to schedule meetings all week at various locations around the city. With a PGC ticket, attendees will also have the privilege to use the PGC meeting zone at the elegant Hibernia venue to conduct their meetings; even non-PGC users of MeetToMatch will be able to join you at our meeting tables.
Pocket Gamer looks forward to welcoming all ticket holders to San Francisco in March 2024 for a one-of-a-kind event. For more information about the 10th-anniversary event of Pocket Gamer Connects in San Francisco, please visit http://www .pgconnects .com/sanfrancisco
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