Shift Shaft and Addagrams crowned Big Indie Pitch winners as we return to the USA and Canada

Discover all the indie games pitched at our most recent North American Big Indie Pitches

The mobile games industry has long been known for all of the unique and different independent games that can be found around every corner within the various app stores. From the likes of Florence to former Big Indie Pitch winners like What The Golf!?, we’ve seen many go from breakout hit to stardom. Nevertheless, with the potential next big thing hidden behind every corner, it can sometimes be somewhat hard to discover that next indie gem.

Well, this problem is exactly why we set up our regular international competition for indie developers, The Big Indie Pitch, around 8 years ago. From San Francisco to Hong Kong and everywhere in between, we currently run around 20 of these global events a year in order to showcase all the amazing new indie games in development. Of course, there are prizes and international recognition, but the reward is the chance to show all of you readers some of the latest games in development.

After two years, it was finally time for the Big Indie Pitch to return to live in-person pitching, and what better place than our flagship show Pocket Gamer Connects London 2022!

After more than two years, the Big Indie Pitch was recently back on the road for two live in-person pitches, this time returning to Seattle and heading to Toronto for the first time ever as we toured North America as a part of the Pocket Gamer Connects conferences.

Much like at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2022 and our digital pitches, there were some amazing developers who battled it out for the Big Indie Pitch crown in both Seattle and Toronto. As you can imagine, this created a challenge for our panel of experts. However, our judges were able to settle on both a winner and a runner-up in each pitch. To be specific, we saw Shift Shaft by Baby Goat Gruff crowned the winner in Seattle, and Addagrams by Noah Rosenfield crowned the winner in Toronto.

Of course, though, it’s not just about our winners. So read on to discover more about every game that pitched as part of our return to in-person pitching in North America.

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