The Podcast is nominated for the Listener’s Choice honour at the | Pocket

The Podcast Nominated for Listeners’ Choice Award

The Podcast has received a nomination for the Listener’s Choice honor at The British Podcast Awards.

Featuring 40 episodes across three seasons, the podcast offers insights from industry experts and engaging discussions from co-hosts MobileGroove CEO Peggy Anne Salz and managing editor Brian Baglow.

In a statement, MobileGroove CEO and co-host Peggy Anne Salz expressed her excitement, stating, “Our podcast guests bring their sharp wit and actionable insights to topics ranging from reaching and acquiring players for games to creating immersive experiences that keep players coming back. We’re delighted to be a hub for innovative ideas and practical knowledge, and it’s even more rewarding to be nominated for the Listeners’ Choice award. A win would further validate our efforts to shed light on this essential industry.”

Recognizing Success

Co-host and managing editor Brian Baglow added, “The global games industry is constantly evolving. Game developers, creators, and publishers face seismic shifts in challenges. It’s no longer sufficient to simply create great games. Developers must also navigate user acquisition, monetization, analytics, and live ops. The podcast allows us to engage with the industry’s pioneering individuals and share their experiences and expertise with our listeners. It’s a whole lot of fun because, well, it’s videogames.” parent company Steel Media COO Dave Bradley commended the podcast for its use of the extensive network built by the site. Bradley stated, “Our dynamic hosts, Peggy and Brian, excel at sharing insider know-how with a wide audience in a fun yet professional manner. We encourage everyone involved in gaming, including industry professionals and enthusiasts, to visit the British Podcast Awards site and vote for the Podcast by 5th September.”

The latest episode of the podcast features a discussion with Dave Bradley about the highlights of Pocket Gamer Connects Toronto. The next PGC event is scheduled to be held in Helsinki on September 12-13.