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9 videos that teach you about global publishing from PG Connects London 2017 | Pocket Gamer.biz

So you missed Pocket Gamer Connects London 2017? Or you fancy re-watching your favourite sessions?

Well it’s a good job you’re here! We have all the sessions available for your viewing pleasure.

We’ve put together a list of the videos from our Global Publishing track right here, all just a few clicks away.

The sessions make up an essential guide to markets across the world, from the West to MENA and Asia.

Covered in this set of videos you’ll find:

  • What is the role of a modern mobile games publisher in 2017?
  • The huge wins and fails in the Vancouver games industry
  • The history and current state of the South Korean games market
  • How to navigate the Chinese mobile game market
  • An overview of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) games market in 2017
  • The challenges and opportunities in the global mobile games markets
  • How Games2win India is making a dent in the global mobile games space
  • Top tips for launching overseas games in Japan
  • The IMGA interview: What we learned from seeking out the best games In China, SE Asia & Middle East

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  • What is the role of a modern mobile games publisher in 2017?

    Our panel of experts discusses what services they offer, and why developers might want to partner with a publisher when taking on the global market.

    The panel includes:

    • Kevin Egan – KamaGames
    • Josh Larson – Kongregate
    • Henry Lowenfels – Scopely
    • John Robinson – Nexon
    • David Mohr – Gamevil
    • Jeferson Valadares – Bandai Namco


  • The huge wins and fails in the Vancouver games industry

    Find out what an industry with 30 years of innovation, evolution and creativity can do for you at this panel moderated by sector expert James Hursthouse.

    The panel includes:

    • Nancy Mott – Vancouver Economic Commission
    • James Hursthouse – Chair
    • Josh Nilson – Eastside Games
    • Wolfgang Hamann – Koolhaus Games
    • Sam Chandola – V2 Games
    • John Johnson – Smoking Gun
    • Robyn Gummer –…

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