PC Connects London 2018 is go on January 22-23

PC Connects London 2018 is go on January 22-23

Here's an early New Year's Resolution idea: make the time to attend PC Connects London 2018 on January 22nd to 23rd.

We introduced PCC, a brand new addition to our 'Connects' conference series that focuses specifically on the inner workings PC digital gaming scene, at our PG Connects Helsinki event last month and ran a compact two-day agenda that saw the likes of Wargaming, ICO Partners, Housemarque, Imperia Online, Secret Exit, Remedy, Colossal Order, Assembly and more join us for our 'taster' conference.

But for London we're going 'main course'.

Taking place alongside PG Connects and XR Connects – one ticket gets you full access to all three conferences – expect four tracks featuring 40+ insightful speakers who'll share their expertise on the key issues facing the PC games industry:

  • Industry trends
  • Getting to market
  • Discoverability
  • Game design discussions
  • Technical know-how
  • 'Making of' sessions
  • Success (and failure) postmortems

If you have knowledge to deliver in these areas (or others) then the speaker submission page awaits your beautiful contribution.

The inaugural event will bring together more than 300 delegates from across the industry – from indies to established game development studios, publishers, investors, hardware manufacturers, media and more – and as is typical of our Connects conferences you can expect networking options galore.

Whether you're showcasing your game within the vibrant expo area, entering the PC Indie Pitch competition, engaging with the conference dedicated Pitch & Match meeting system, attending the Day 1 after-show party, or taking advantage of our quick-meet coffee breaks, the opportunities to make the connections that matter are plentiful.

But they'll only materialise if you come along. If speaking isn't your thing, then consider an Early Bird ticket – currently great value, particularly as you get full access to associate conferences, PGC and XRC London.

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.