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$500 Super Early Bird discount on Pocket Gamer Connects London 2019 offer ends today

$500 Super Early Bird discount on Pocket Gamer Connects London 2019 offer ends today

Right now, ticket prices for Pocket Gamer Connects London (January 21st to 22nd 2019) are the most affordable they’ll ever be.

You could save up to $500 with our Super Early Bird prices, but only if you book your tickets by midnight tonight, September 21st.

We have never under-delivered

Sure, we understand it takes commitment to flash the cash before we’ve revealed any real details about the show - that’s why we reward your trust with such a generous discount.

And here's the thing: From first showing up in 2014, every Connects London has improved on its predecessor. More speakers, broader content, greater fringe activity, sure, but also more delegates, wider industry representation, greater business opportunities.

Europe’s biggest B2B mobile games event

That dedication to excellence and growth has established Pocket Gamer Connects as Europe's leading mobile games industry conference since 2016 and beating every metric year-on-year, while ensuring the benefits to attendees remain at the forefront of the event's evolution.

So we boast about our numbers – it makes for easy, guilt-free marketing, for one – but it occurred to us we often focus on content and rarely mention value. Not so today.

Tiers of joy

We run four price tiers for our conferences – more than most – specifically to make our events accessible to as many studios as possible, rewarding commitment with industry-low prices. And our Super Early Bird rate represents one of the best deals around.

But that deal ends at midnight. Tonight. So if you're thinking of joining us in London you may as well book your pass at its cheapest cost.

Because you know we'll deliver, come January 21st and 22nd 2019...


Editor - PC Games Insider

Alex Calvin launched PCGamesInsider.biz in August 2017 and has been its editor since. Prior to this, he was deputy editor at UK based games trade paper MCV and content editor for marketing and events for London Games Festival 2017. His work has also appeared in Eurogamer, The Observer, Kotaku UK, Esquire UK and Develop.

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