Who will you meet at Pocket Gamer Connects Seattle 2019?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock – or been too busy working on your super cool projects – you know that Pocket Gamer Connects is heading to Seattle for the first time on May 13th and 14th.

Partnered with PC Connects, 400 companies will be represented at The Grand Hyatt Hotel Seattle for the two-day B2B conference, covering the entire games industry from students and lone developers, investors, big studios, publishers and global megabrands.

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Our unlimited free meeting system is available to all delegates, making it easier to network and set up important meetings for your company with this vast amount of industry folk. You’ll get an email invitation before the show when the system opens for meetings.

Not only that, but you could also try your luck with our SpeedMatch sessions, a system which pairs developers and publishers in a speed-dating style type meetings. Or you could even keep the networking going on until late, make new friends and contacts at our trademark Global Connects Party on the first night; free to every ticket holder – get your ticket here.

More companies are signing up daily – we’ll update this list right before the conference. So the only question now is…

Who would you like to meet?

Left to right: Aarki, Atomic Infotech, Bungie, Bandai Namco

 A

  • A Thinking Ape
  • Aarki
  • AppOnBoard
  • Arbitrary Metric
  • Archive Entertainment
  • Astronaughty Games, Co.
  • Atlassian
  • Atomic Infotech
  • Azarus.io
  • Azure PlayFab

B

  • Bandai Namco Entertainment America
  • Bango
  • Bitski
  • Braavo Capital
  • Bungie

C

  • Carried Away Games
  • CheePop Games
  • Chocolate
  • Chorus Worldwide
  • Chronicler Software
  • Classy Yak Game Studio
  • Clowdco
  • CV Capital

D

  • Dazzle Interactive, China Telecom
  • Denali Publishing
  • DigitalDevConnect
  • Double Coconut
  • DoubleDown Interactive

E

  • East Side Games
  • Electronic Arts
  • Emmy Toyonaga
  • Epic Games
  • ESP Gaming
  • EVC
  • Exponential Entertainment

Left to right: EA, Epic Games, Hyper Hippo, JoyPac

 F

  • Flowplay
  • Fox3D Entertainment
  • Free Block Puzzle Games
  • FunPlus

G

  • GameAnalytics
  • GameHouse
  • Games for Love
  • Gamesight
  • Genba Digital
  • Geogrify
  • Giant Interactive
  • Goplay

H

  • Haldar+Co
  • Heroic Labs
  • Hyper Hippo Productions

I

  • Ingram Labs
  • Intrepidity
  • IUGO Mobile Entertainment

J

  • JetSynthesys
  • Joycity Annex
  • JoyPac
  • Jyvy
  • Kaio Interactive
  • Kano Games
  • Kanoogi
  • Knock Knock
  • Knowledge Crunch

L

  • Lab Cave
  • LBC Studios
  • LDRLY Games
  • Lit A.F. Games
  • Lootcakes
  • Ludare Games Group

M

  • Masquerade Media
  • Maysalward
  • Megafans
  • Microsoft
  • Minimob
  • MobPower
  • Monster Tooth Studios
  • Moonwalk Audio
  • MoPub

Left to right: Microsoft, MoPub, NetEase, Nexon

 N

  • NetEase
  • Nexon M
  • Nifty Games

O

P

  • Pebblekick
  • Pepper Esports
  • Perpetuum Media
  • Petrol Advertising
  • Piik Games
  • Pixel Federation
  • Playkot
  • Pollfish

Q

  • QH Consulting

R

  • Raccoopack Studios
  • Rain Delay Games
  • Rebind.io
  • Rhum
  • Roblox
  • Rogue Games

S

  • Safeway
  • Schmutza
  • SHD Games
  • Skillz
  • Spotted Zebra
  • Spry Fox
  • Square Enix
  • SSCPS
  • Starform
  • Starloop Studios
  • Stray Bombay
  • Super Evil Megacorp
  • SuperData
  • Supply Partnerships

T

  • Tap Slots
  • Tapjoy
  • Tatem Games
  • Tencent
  • Tik Tok Games
  • Tiltlabs
  • ToasterFuel
  • Turborilla
  • Twitter

Left to right: Square Enix, Tencent, Unity Technologies, Valve Software

U

  • Unbound Creations
  • Unity Technologies

V

  • V2 Games
  • Valve Software
  • Vdopia
  • Vegas Fun
  • Velia.net Internetdienste
  • Vuja De Digital

W

  • wappier
  • WildCard Games
  • Wonderbelly Games
  • Wooga
  • Wowza

X

  • Xiamen EOD Information Technology

Y

  • Yellowhead

Z

1-9

  • 020 Games
  • 10myth
  • 12traits
  • 1UpVentures
  • 5518 Studios
  • 8 Circuit Studios

We haven’t mentioned the lone developers by name here, but you’ll find them right alongside this list at the event.

About Pocket Gamer Connects Seattle

Part of an international series of B2B events for the games industry, Pocket Gamer Connects Seattle will attract 750 delegates from all around the world, including America, Asia and Europe.

As well as a total of 13 conference tracks across two industry events – Pocket Gamer and PC Connects Seattle, there will be a dedicated Indie Showcase space; Big Indie Pitches; investor matchmaking; speedmatch sessions; and networking, as well as the famous Global Connects Party.

Want to be part of something special next month? Get your tickets now!

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