Rocket Jump Events
The Business of Indie Games
December 5th, 2019 @ G Live, Guildford

Get ahead talks for games industry professionals

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  • We asked ourselves, "how can we squeeze even more awesome community management knowledge sharing into the schedule?", the answer we came up with was a panel discussion with our amazing speakers and …

  • In addition to our fantastic speaker line up and the chance to hang out with other enthusiastic community management folks, we're excited to announce that following the Community Managers' Summit, we …

  • Last but by no means least, our final speaker to announce is Bee Wakefield, community manager for Oddworld.

    Keeping the heart and soul of a community

    Managing a long standing, established …

  • Our next speaker announcement is Alison Lamont from Roehampton University who has been doing some research into a very familiar topic for our audience, online abuse from gamers.

    Research into the …

  • Next up on the Community Managers' Summit roster is Jonti Sparrow, a Youtuber sharing advice on connecting with niche influencers.

    Harnessing The Power Of Niche Influencers

    When releasing a …

  • We're delighted to reveal our next speaker at the Community Managers' Summit on 3rd December is Pip Hoskins from indie publisher, No More Robots.

    How No More Robots gathers and grows communities, …


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  • Who?

    ETCH Play is the company behind these events, we’re a digital agency focusing on web and mobile services for the video games industry.

  • Why?

    We love events. Attending and organising events are a great way to bring people together and share knowledge for the collective good. Running events is how we raise awareness of our services without resorting to the "hard sell". If we can add value for everyone whilst raising our profile, that works for us.