Originally Posted by walreu
Also it would be huge motivation boost to work on portfolio if i could get green light to meet someone in there.
That's a dangerous attitude to have.
Normally people will have built up a strong/competitive portfolio before trying to meet a recruiter or HR employee in person. A portfolio that usually caters toward the studio or style of game they'd like to work on.
Showing up with an underwhelming portfolio and expecting to get an opportunity at a studio like PeopleCanFly or CDProjectRed can set you up for dissapointment. Worst case scenario, it leaves a bad first impression.
However, having those points of contact so that when you do improve and try again can be beneficial in some way. Being able to put a face to a name can go some way, but you've got to be able to produce.