Pocket Gamer Connects is coming to Toronto for the very first time this July

By | June 22, 2022


Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with 400 top companies and 750 professionals at the leading global gaming industry conference this summer in Toronto.

Pocket Gamer Connects, the leading b2b games industry conference, is returning to Canada for the first time since 2016. This time, the conference will be taking place in the all-new dynamic location of Toronto from July 6-7. It’s the same conference you know and love in a brand new place brimming with opportunities for the industry. Some 750 professionals are expected to be in attendance representing 400 leading companies from around the globe, spanning from C-level executives to developers, from publishers to students, you’ll find them all at Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto.

Pocket Gamer Connects conferences have made a name for themselves across the world stage through creating unparalleled opportunities to connect with incredible international games industry companies. Since the very first Connects conference in 2014, the team has developed a stellar reputation for delivering the highest quality games industry events that set the perfect stage for attendees to expand their networks and gain exceptional insights on what they need to do to propel their businesses to the next level. Among the 400 companies that will be present at our upcoming Toronto conference, attendees will get the chance to meet with representatives from Netflix, Google, Electronic Arts, Wizards of the Coast, A Thinking Ape, Starcaster Games, Photon, Dimoso, Viral Nation and many, many more.

Just like the top-tier quality of brands that will be joining us this July, we have an incredible line-up of the biggest authorities in the industry as speakers. They will be diving into all the hottest topics facing the industry today, covering mobile, PC, console, blockchain, web3, the metaverse and much more. PG Connects will get you up-to-date with all the latest industry trends and any emerging growth opportunities you need to know about. Our stellar lineup is made up of absolute powerhouses in the industry, and it includes Franci Dimitrovska of Electronic Arts, Elena Doty of Google Firebase, Margaret McClure of Netflix Games, John Eberhardt of Wizards of the Coast, Kenshi Arasaki of A Thinking Ape, Patty Toledo of YAHAHA, Shum Singh of Agnitio Capital, Martin MacMillan of Pollen VC and over 150 other major industry authorities that will be sharing their wealth of expertise with us.

Explore the future of brand partnerships at the Brands x Ads x Games Summit

All Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto attendees gain complimentary access to our first ever Brands x Ads x Games Summit, which is taking place right alongside the conference from July 6 to 7.

This summit is designed to focus upon the latest trends in the games industry and the spaces where games meet brands and advertising. It’s a prime opportunity to stay on top of all the up-and-coming branding trends and scope out new opportunities to elevate your ad strategies. Attendees will enjoy hearing talks spanning all the hot topics in the industry ranging from developing on blockchain to what we can learn from games delving into the metaverse to esports innovation and the first-ever iteration of our new Brand Booster track, which is dedicated to analysing success stories, failures and opportunities where brands meet the growing games industry. You can look forward to hearing from Nick Branstator of Playwire, Mark Val of Photon, Tim Tello of Pocketful of Quarters, Daniel Griffiths of Steel Media, Adam Starcaster of Starcaster Games, Jean-Philippe Steinmetz of AcceleratXR, Nav Gupta of Chaarmi Worlds Inc., Nimrod Shanit of Holy City VR and Bobby Baird of Stream Hatchet and many more as they lead insightful, future-gazing discussions in the summit.

Secure your spot at Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto today and connect with leading authorities in the games industry this July 6-7.

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