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Discover how to make more money from your game with MoneyMaker at Pocket | Pocket Gamer.biz

We’re bringing some of the top monetisation companies in the games industry for an event which is designed to help developers and publishers connect with them at Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #8. We call it MoneyMaker.

Developing great ideas and polishing them to published perfection will always be at the heart of the mobile games industry, but ultimately it’s the smart monetisation that makes the business world go round.

This is where the brand new match-making event, MoneyMaker, comes into play – matching developers and publishers with the best advertising, UA, and monetisation businesses as well as related platforms and innovations that can help everyone make more of the folding stuff and help the industry grow.

Once paired, participants will conduct a number of speed-date-style meetings. These short meets aren’t designed to close a deal but enable essential insights on all the latest offerings to help increase your income and an initial introduction that can be followed up with a longer meeting during or after the conference.

If you wish to take part, make sure you sign up now and tell us a little bit about your company and what you’re looking for or supplying.

The MoneyMaker session is open to all qualifying attendees of Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #8, but slots are limited so make sure you sign up now to guarantee your place.

And if you’re not yet signed up for Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #8

You can change that now by booking your tickets and saving up to $190 before our Mid-Term offer ends at midnight next Thursday (September 9th).

We have a limited number of free tickets available for indie developers (apply here), jobseekers (apply here) and students (apply here).

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