Get your game seen at Gamfest 2016's Big Indie Pitch!
The Steel Media crew comes to Germany this April as part of Berlin Games Week and we’ve got one of our fiesty & famous Big Indie Pitches ready to help put your game into promotional orbit.
Taking place from 10am in the Theatre Hall of the Gamefest venue, Alte Feuerwache (next to Computerspielemuseum) in the Theatre Hall for our latest Big Indie Pitch offers shortlisted developers a chance to impress renowned mobile games journalists and developers (as well as getting some fantastic feedback).
The unique speed dating format gives each developer three minutes with each panel of experts, meaning entrants will get real feedback from the event. The winner will also get editorial coverage in Pocket Gamer, AppSpy and beyond, making this a great chance to get you, your studio and your game played by the world.
If you want to get your game in the mix, register your interest. (You must register via the PocketGamer.biz site to be considered for inclusion in this event - signing up directly via Eventbrite does not guarantee entry.)
Deadline has been extended until Monday April 18th!
***Please note you can submit any mobile, VR or wearable game even if it is not fully completed.***
10:00am - BIP check-in
10:30am - Introductions
10:45am - 2:15pm - Pitching
2:30pm - Judges vote & winners announced!
Carlos Lievano - Amazon Appstore
Praveen Shetty - Amazon Appstore
Michael Liebe - Gamesweek Berlin
Dan Olten - Smartillery
James Gilmour - Pocket Gamer / Appspy
Andre Bernhardt - IndieAdvisor.de
Kyle Smith - Treasurehunt
Ruth Lemmen - Womanize
Paw Larsen - Epic Games
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