Right now, at the start, they know the basics that they need in order to frame the rest of the pitch. After this you can go into what a turn looks like and discuss key mechanics In addition to this, I found in the actual pitch that you can leave things unsaid in your initial speech.These industry pros know what questions to ask to get the information they need. But, you must know what makes your game different as well. I haven’t been in this industry as long as Tom Jolly, or even Luke, Jeff and Peter. When you’re selling at a booth or Kickstarter – focus on what’s fun. Be Ready I encourage you to watch the videos for yourself, but after watching them, the main thing I came out with from the publisher interviews was to be ready.Dress Code for speed dating: Smart casual: for men dress trousers or jeans, a shirt (tie optional), leather loafers or dressy slip-ons; for women – a skirt (long or short), a blouse or turtleneck, mid-heel shoes. Speed Dating events happen twice a week and spaces are limited. So, watch through all nine videos, or use the arrows below to scroll through them.Kelsey is an actress, game designer, and co-conspirator in the company, Two Penny Games, which she started with her husband, Michael.
He has published a short article on his site and the videos on You Tube, but since 6 out of the 9 videos they produced showcase faces from this League, we couldn’t help but share it with you as well.My business partner and friend, Drake Philyaw, and I took our time-travelling co-op game, It combined all my favorite things – games, meeting new people, presenting. The last time I had pitched a game was the Tabletop Deathmatch in 2013.I was ready, but even so, about an hour before the event my fellow Leaguers saw my crying over my prototype. But that was with a pre-set presentation that I had practiced 15 times.In the following videos you will see: I hope you can learn from our pitches and develop your own pitch to best sell your game.Also, the value of what Cosmic Wombat and TMG say in their interviews cannot be overlooked.