How it works
When registering, you are asked to select so called sessions. Each day of the matchmaking event is divided into such sessions. Here you can indicate the time framework when you will be available to meet other participants.
Set up a company profile (during registration)
During your registration you need to create a short description of your company. By choosing keywords you can specify the business fields your company works in.
Set up marketplace entries
In the next step we ask you to create entries in the marketplace that will be visible on the event website. The so called marketplace opportunities display what you are looking for and/or what you can offer to potential partners. You can add several offers or requests.
Meeting requests should be accepted or declined. Only those meetings accepted will be scheduled at one of the tables in the matchmaking area during the gamesmatch event.
The person who is invited to a meeting may choose a timeslot for the meeting when accepting it. By default the B2Match system will suggest the earliest available common timeslot. However any other common timeslot offered by the system can be chosen.
We recommend to react to meeting requests as soon as they come in. There is limited time and space. This way you and the person requesting the meeting can plan their time at Gamescom. If you wait too long, the other person may be fully booked or there may not be any free tables left during your preferred time slots.
If it is not possible for you to request a meeting with someone you would like to meet, it may be because there is no common timeslot at the gamesmatch or no free table anymore. Either you arrange something yourself via the messaging system or contact the organisers. We will try to find a solution.
Last but not least: Do not only wait for others to request meetings with you but browse the marketplace and participants list and book meetings actively yourself.
Please note: The organisers may publish recordings of the event and the participants in the form of videos and photos unless there is an explicit objection.
For organisational questions please contact: