All things influencer at Pocket Gamer Connects London

All things influencer at Pocket Gamer Connects London

With only five days until our fifth Pocket Connects London (January 22nd to 23rd), it's about time that you got acquainted with our influencer track. 

Who's coming?

We've managed to nail down a wealth of influencer expertise for PGC. Here's our roster of confirmed delegates; this isnt everyone attending so keep an eye out for more additions to this list. 

The business end 

Anatoly Ropotov - CEO @ Game Insight

Kat Peterson, founder @ ReelStyle

Richard Keith, manager @ Yogscast

Macy Mills, head of biz dev @ GameInfluencer

Britt Bagnall, founder @ Cherry Pick Talent

Jodi Sahlin, influencer relations @ Space Ape Games

Marika Appel, community manager @ Supercell

Craig Fletcher, Strategy @ Game/Multiplay/Insomnia

The creators

Kwebbelkop - YouTuber

Mark 'Turps' Turpin - YouTuber

Azzyland - YouTuber 

Josh Pieters, YouTuber

The schedule

Pocket Gamer Connects London 2018 features a mixture of main and mini-tracks focusing on key issues core to the mobile games industry.

Because there's so much stuff happening, we've pulled the influencer business aside to keep you fully informed.

Click here to see the full schedule on our website. 

Panels at-a-glance

January 23, 2018

3:00 pm - 3:20 pm - Working with influencers w/ Marika Appel

3:40 pm - 4:20 pm - The influencer's perspective w/ Jodi Sahlin, Turps, Azzyland, Kwebbelkop, Josh Pieters

4:20 pm - 4:40 pm - 7bn views on YouTube w/ Rich Keith

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm - Influencer marketing uncovered w/ Kat Peterson, Anatoly Ropotov, Britt Bagnall, Macy Mills, Rich Keith, Jodi Sahlin

PGC's influencer insight schedule

Additional info about Pocket Gamer Connects

Europe's largest dedicated mobile games industry event and the UK’s premier gaming industry gathering.

2,000+ delegates from every corner of the industry – indies, dev studios, publishers, c-level executives, investors, service providers, hardware manufacturers, students, media and more

Full international representation with over 55 nationalities in attendance

950+ companies ranging from the biggest names to promising start-ups

240+ speakers with some of the finest minds delivering the sharpest insight from Supercell, SYBO, ustwo, Snap, Playdemic, Grand Cru, Jam City, ESL, Rovio, NaturalMotion, Modern Dream, Scientific Revenue, PlayRaven, Creative Assembly, Reality Clash, Digital Jam, Lightneer, Gram Games, Atomico, PlayFab, Epic Games, Bandai Namco, Curve, Jagex, Ninja Theory, Hello Games, Facebook, Amazon, Bithell Games, Square Enix, Sports Interactive, PlayStation VR, Greenpeace, CherryPop Games, nDreams, Resolution Games, AMD, Wargaming and many more

A 21-track schedule consisting of 70+ hours of content, from classic topics monetisation strategies, market overviews, industry trends, tech focus, development knowhow and indie success stories to newcomers influencer marketing, blockchain/ICO, company culture, eSports, AR insight and an all-new PC digital gaming programme

Standalone 'workshop zone', new for 2018

A bustling expo area showcasing the latest unmissable – and often undiscovered – talent

3 x Indie Pitch competitions set to unearth 'the next big thing’

More than 5,000 business encounters through our bespoke, free, and unlimited meeting system

Dedicated and curated publisher/developer and investor/developer meeting sessions

Networking-tastic options, from arranged encounters to a fully restructured scheduling to the renowned Global Connects after-party, everything is centred on you making the connections that matter

Our very latest addition at the end of Day Two, Mobile Games Awards

One ticket, three conferences: Full access to associate conferences XR Connects and PC Connects taking place alongside PGC




Danielle Partis is editor of and former editor of She was named Journalist of the Year at the MCV Women in Games Awards 2019, as well as in the MCV 30 under 30 2020. Prior to Steel Media, she wrote about music and games at Team Rock.