Posted by Rob Rich
on September 24th, 2013
Today Pocket Gamer announced Pocket Gamer Connects, a new mobile gaming conference that will be the largest the U.K. has ever seen.
Pocket Gamer Connects is set to open up on January 21, 2014 at Vinopolis in London’s Southbank. They’ve already been securing speakers from all over the place, including Asia, Europe, and the US, but if you’re interested in throwing your hat into the ring as a sponsor or speaker yourself there’s still time to do so. Just hop over to the official website and let them know!
“We’ve been dedicated to helping the mobile games industry develop for almost 8 years now. In that time we’ve created some of the industry’s leading websites, reports, awards and a whole host of great networking events. A fully fledged conference is the next natural step and we believe our expertise and connections will allow us to create something genuinely innovative, valuable and of course fun!”
– Chris James, Managing Director of Steel Media
via: Pocket Gamer Connects source: Pocket Gamer
Posted by Jeff Scott
on August 13th, 2013
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You’ll Never Walk Alone!
The English Premier League (EPL) is the single largest sports league in the entire world. Until this season, those of us in the USA that follow it had to search all over to try to find the live matches of our favorite teams. Well this year, things are different. Things are very different.
This year the EPL license for the US was bought by NBC and the US will get to see every single match. Matches will show on NBC, NBC Sports, streaming from the NBC site, and for the first time ever, live streaming in the NBC Sports Live Extra app. According to NBC, every single match will be live streamed in the app. That’s right, every single match of the entire EPL season. The US is the only country that gets that luxury, not even the home country of the UK gets to watch every single match. I’m a bit excited, can you tell?
The best part of this new license is that to view the games is free as long as you have a cable subscription with NBC Sports channel. Most US cable providers should have that as a basic package station and you should be covered. You will need to validate your cable subscription in the app via your cable system login, something that has become common in apps.
Get ready, the English Premier League starts this weekend!