Be prepared: Before you pitch to investors or reach out to reviewers, make sure you have a well-prepared and professional-looking pitch deck, which includes your game's concept, development progress, and projected revenue. Also, create a press kit, which includes screenshots, videos, and other materials that can help promote your game.
Research your target audience: Understand who your target audience is, what they like and what they don't like. This will help you tailor your pitch and messaging to appeal to them.
Build a strong online presence: Building a strong online presence will help you attract investors and reviewers to your game. Use social media to promote your game, engage with your audience and build a community. Also, create a website and a blog to showcase your game and to share news and updates.
Network: Attend game development conferences, meetups, and other events to network with other developers, investors, and reviewers. Building relationships with these people can help you get your game in front of the right people.
Be persistent: Pitching to investors and getting reviews can be a long process. Don't give up if you don't get a positive response right away. Keep reaching out to investors and reviewers, and keep updating your pitch and press kit to make it as strong as possible.
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