Last chance to sign up for the PC Indie Pitch in San Francisco

Last chance to sign up for the PC Indie Pitch in San Francisco

Next week, you could be pitching your in-progress PC game to a panel of publishers, press and pundits at PG Connects San Francisco. There's still time to sign up – just.

One of our famous Indie Pitch events is a chance for you to demonstrate your game to industry experts, get feedback and press coverage. And if you're lucky, and the judges love your game, you could pick up a prize. Just look at Robert Potter, who won the PC Indie Pitch in London earlier this year with his game This Dead Winter.

PG Connects and Blockchain Gamer Connects take place in San Francisco, Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15. If you're accepted as part of the PC Indie Pitch you automatically get entry to the whole conference, so that's a nice bonus.

All in all, it’s a superb opportunity to plonk your game in the hands of some of the most influential minds in the games business. To find out if you qualify, visit or read our earlier article about San Francisco.

Head straight to our REGISTRATION PAGE to submit your PC game now (you'll need to register on this site first to access your profile page). Don’t forget to bring your business cards; we look forward to seeing you out there at Bespoke, San Francisco, next week.

PS. There's a free party in San Francisco on Monday night! Come and meet the games industry.

COO, Steel Media Ltd

Dave is a writer, editor and manager. As our COO, he gets involved in all areas of the business, from front-page editorial to behind-the-scenes event strategy. He began his career in games and entertainment journalism in 1997 and has since worked in multiple roles in the media. You can contact him with any general queries about Pocket Gamer, PC Games Insider or Steel Media's other websites, conferences and initiatives.