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Ahead of PC Connects London 2019 on January 21st and 22nd we are catching up with some of the big names that we have on-stage at the show.
Ahead of PC Connects London 2019 on January 21st and 22nd we are catching up with some of the big names that we have on-stage at the show
An amazing chance to get your games in front of some of the industry’s most important and influential players from around the world. New closing date
"I am looking forward to the panels because it will be fantastic to see so many professionals points of views and hear others great thoughts"
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How, and why, cloud tech and all-you-can-eat offerings will impact the market
PCGamesInsider.biz is proud to announce the next wave of speakers who will be taking to the stage at our upcoming PC Connects London 2019 on January 21st and 22nd
We'll be analysing the trends that are affecting this market at this point in time, such as jobs, education, tax relief and - of course - Brexit
Read about the future of the sector here; see the future of the market at our upcoming conference
CGX brings its international series of mentor networking sessions to Europe’s biggest B2B event for the mobile games industry
Reps from Ico Partners, Auroch Digital and Purewal and Partners also set to appear
What to expect from next January's event, buy your ticket now to save 20 per cent on the January 21st and 22nd event
Yeah, this is what we need right now.
More fps and battle royales :S
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