Mobile Games Forum is a highly attended and thoughtful event, covering the trends and business models that are shaping the mobile games landscape today.
In 2003, when Snake was gaining momentum on Nokia’s 3310, we identified a need in the market for an event where senior mobile games professionals could converge, keep up with industry news and do business.
We’ve welcomed over 20,000 professionals to our event over the years, and we’re proud to be the longest-running “mobile-first” event, dedicated to the global games market.
A total of 48 million people play games on their smartphones or tablets
Our focus has always been mobile. We saw the value and opportunity in mobile devices as the ultimate gaming platform and we have built up a steep history and reputation for delivering quality content and attracting high ranking attendees to our show.
of our attendees are founders and CEOs
of our attendees are CxOs and Directors
Why Sponsor at MGF?
The leading Mobile Games event for over 12 years, MGF is a proven platform that provides sponsors & exhibitors with outstanding brand exposure, thought-leadership, and unrivalled networking opportunities.
We have a range of sponsorship positions – from top tier Platinum level packages through to exhibiting and hospitality based opportunities, we tailor each component to maximise your ROI and deliver an event experience you won’t find anywhere else.
We understand that every business is different, and so we go the extra mile to consult with you on how to meet your specific objectives.
Andreas Stecher, Director of Business Development, Sales and Publishing, DeepFish Labs
Martin Uherko, Lead Game Designer, ElitApps
Victor Chauhan, Consultant | Mobile Insights, Digital Market Intelligence
Christian Braun, Senior Publishing Producer, Deep Silver FISHLABS
Kate Milligan, Marketing Manager, Basho
Naveen Haroon, Event Marketing Manager, EMEA, Softlayer an IBM Company
Travis Winstanley, Co-Founder, Kuju Entertainment
Steve Stopps, Director, Lumo Developments
Yinon Horwitz Director of Business Development Starpapp
Keith Andrew, Freelance Journalist