Got your ticket yet? The first ever digital G-STAR exhibition has started – Don’t miss your opportunity to network with the fourth largest gaming market in the world!

by Chris Camilleri
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The opportunities in Korea and the Asian games market are absolutely huge and if you are not already doing business in the region, then you definitely should be. Luckily, there’s a fantastic way to network with the entire region at G-STAR, the largest games exhibition in Korea. The Korean games market is the 4th biggest in the world and G-STAR is the best way to access everything the region has to offer along with companies from nearby China and Japan.

G-STAR 2020, 17-21 November has just started and will see a huge amount of games industry professionals from all over the world gather together for Korea’s largest video games exhibition G-STAR, and you can join them…



G-STAR attracts the biggest names in gaming from all over the region and the world including Samsung, Nitro Games, Netease, Facebook, Google, App Annie, Vungle and many more, plus with the new digital format this year the number of companies involved has increased massively making it the biggest G-STAR yet. There’s great potential for productive business meetings with the new Biz Matching Meeting System, which is already LIVE and generating thousands of meetings. This is a very familiar platform, that’s super easy to operate and makes creating and accepting meetings delightfully easy. Here is a video to show how the system operates:

G-STAR has always brought together the very best of the regions’ games developers, publishers, tool makers, ad companies, recruitment, independent developers, and telecom companies all together to network alongside a gigantic consumer event, which for obvious reasons is a little different this year. However, G-STAR 2020’s new digital format enables a wealth of new opportunities to do business with games companies in Korea and Asia, without the need to travel.


G-STAR has already started, but don’t worry there is still time to grab a ticket and get involved and ensure you don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity. With fantastic speakers like Toshihiro Kondo, Yelena Rachitsky, Hideki Kamiya, Jake Song, Sebastien Borget and many more, giving expert talks over G-STAR TV, can you really afford not to be taking part in this amazing exhibition.

Full tickets cost just $200 and can easily be booked by heading to the English-language Eventbrite page at

G-STAR and Pocket Gamer Connects have been promotional partners for several years now and this year they have joined to bring you an amazing conference combo. A standard G-STAR ticket is $200 (above) – but book to attend Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #5 at the same time and you can save 20% off the price of a combined ticket, thanks to a combined ticket deal.

Our partner conference, Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #5, belongs to a series of b2b events for the games industry, run since 2014 by Steel Media, publishers of, the leading mobile games industry website. The next Pocket Gamer Connects conference takes place entirely online on 8-12 February 2021 and features over 200 speakers who will educate and inspire through an agenda of themed tracks set to cover monetisation and growth, global game trends and company culture, development tools and stories and strategies to thrive in the modern gaming market be it mobile, PC, console, blockchain or XR. G-STAR features prominently at the event too, including appearing as a supporting brand on the Big Indie Pitch:

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