Independent developers are invited to apply for a place to pitch their gaming ideas at the first event of its kind in Leamington Spa.
Interactive Futures is putting on the Big Indie Pitch on Friday February 1 in the Warwickshire town.
Each developer will have four minutes with each panel of experts to pitch their idea. As well as the glory of winning, the best pitch will also get editorial coverage in several specialist publications, meaning that this a real opportunity to get you, your studio and your game played by the world.
There will also be the chance to potentially win one of Steel Media’s brand new bespoke Indie packages that can be used to promote and market your game across Steel Media’s portfolio of sites and events.
Sophia Aubrey Drake, Big Indie Pitch Manager at Steel Media, said: “The Big Indie Pitch is a competition that shines a spotlight squarely on indies. It can be difficult for smaller developers to get the attention they deserve, and that’s where we come in.
“The Big Indie Pitch provides indies with an opportunity to meet industry experts, journalists, investors and publishers, who act as judges and give instant feedback. It’s a genuine pleasure to take the Big Indie Pitch around the world, supporting indie communities in new locations.
“Last year we hosted 24 pitches, 10 of which were brand new to us and five of those were in locations we’d never visited before. So it’s great that we can begin 2019 in much the same fashion by following our flagship Very Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2019 with our first ever Big Indie Pitch in Royal Leamington Spa as part of Interactive Futures.”
To enter, you can:
Pitch games for mobile, portable (including Switch), mobile VR, and AR
Pitch your game even if you’ve pitched it at a previous BIP
Pitch released games although unreleased games are preferred
To apply to pitch, just fill in the entry form here. Please note that if accepted you must be available on Friday 1 February to attend Interactive Futures in Leamington Spa and you’ll be required to cover your own travel expenses.