Reliance Games’ Pocket Gamer Connects conference from April 21

Bengaluru, April 19 (IANS) Mobile games publisher and developer Reliance Games on Tuesday said that the second edition of its international mobile gaming conference Pocket Gamer Connects, aimed at helping developers know about latest trends from international experts, will be held April 21-22.

“We believe Pocket Gamer Connects will give the Indian gaming community the international exposure, world class knowledge and best practices from experts worldwide,” said Reliance Entertainment Digital CEO Amit Khanduja in a statement.

The event will witness five tracks, 60 plus speakers and more than 500 companies, including global giants like Google, Samsung, Zynga, EA and Microsoft among others.

Make in India, Indie Academy, Mobile Games University, East Meets West, and Superstar Sessions are the five tracks at the event, the statement said.

“Developers get a unique opportunity to engage and interact with the who’s who of the sector including investors, publishers and government representations through a combination of short-form lectures, dispensing practical advice and intensive networking,” the statement added.

In the two-day event, 20 finalists of Reliance Games’ pan India game developer competition Game Hack will vie for $50,000 worth of marketing investments and $15,000 in cash prizes.

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