VR Connects London 2017
|Date & Times:||
Monday, January 16th - 17th 2017
9am to 6pm
|Location:||London, United Kingdom|
|Expected Size:||500 – 1000|
|Ticket Cost:||300 USD|
|Target Audience:||Developers, Indie Developers, Recruitment, C-Level, Marketing, Students, Creatives, Investors, Publishers, Tool Providers, Technical teams, Ad Companies, Media|
|Featured Platforms:||iOS, Android, Windows, Console, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mobile VR, PC VR|
What is VR Connects?
VR Connects London (16-17th January 2017) is a brand new event for the VR/AR industry created by Steel Media, the team behind the PG Connects series of conferences, Pocket Gamer, PG.biz, The Virtual Report, and the Global VR Challenge.
The event will bring together over 500 delegates from across the VR/AR industry (with a focus on hardware manufacturers, game-developers, entertainment and education software creators, investors and media). The show will combine a lively expo space with 2 days of focused conference tracks spread over 4 tracks and covering the key questions facing the industry (global trends, technical and design issues, future technologies and monetisation).
While information and inspiration are very important, the core of any show is who you meet and with that in mind we have a dedicated ‘Pitch & Match’ meeting system for free to all delegates to plan their own meetings, after hours networking events plus two dedicated pitching events (the VR Indie Pitch and the VR Speedmatch sessions designed to connect developers with publishers, media and platforms/stores) open to applications.
PLUS: Free access to PG Connects!
Crucially all visitors to VR Connects will also have full access to PG Connects taking place alongside the VR/AR show and bringing together over 1,500 professionals from the global mobile games industry, 8 tracks of conference content, multiple pitch events and more.
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