Entries in 'mcv' (175)
There are just two weeks to go until the big night for the UK games business: the 2015 MCV Awards.
There’s a twist to this year’s MCV’s famous/notorious Awards ceremony opening video – anyone attending on the night might find themselves a screen star.
Find out who Nintendo's new partner DeNA is in this week's double issue of MCV.
Last week’s ‘official’ UK Top 10 chart would have been totally different if digital sales figures were taken into account.
Now that consumer virtual reality headsets are finally on the horizon, are they really going to change the world as firms like Oculus would have us believe?
Indie developers will be able to attend May's Interface event as a delegate for free.
As Guitar Hero prepares to walk on stage once more, we speak to some of the minds behind the blockbuster series.
This week MCV speaks to GAME and Multiplay bosses Martyn Gibbs and Craig Fletcher about the retailer's acquisition of the eSports firm.
Video games technology giant Unity has backed MCV and Develop’s new B2B content marketplace event Interface.
Respondez will serve as this year's Award Partner for the MCV Awards.
Recruitment partner OPM has signed on as Gift Partner for this year's MCV Awards.
The Games 5s five-a-side tournament is back on May 21st after its successful revival last year.
I am really quite fond of the review score.
Yesterday’s inaugural Women of the Year Awards saw MCV’s Top 100 Women in Games celebrate three outstanding members of the games industry.
MCV has once again worked out how much the UK games market is worth.
The first three winners of our Women of the Year Awards are today revealed.
The teams behind MCV and Develop are hosting a brand new event in May for developers to showcase their games, find investors and pitch ideas.
This week's issue of MCV is an eSports special, featuring interviews and insight from around that sector of the industry.
Our widely-read annual market valuation returns next week, and will be launched at a special breakfast briefing in central London.
This week, MCV looks at the careers of the Top 100 Women working in the British games industry.
There are still tickets left to our Women of the Year awards, which take place on the afternoon of February 19th.
After two months of lobbying from the UK games industry, the finalists for this year’s MCV Awards have been selected.
MCV's widely-read annual market valuation returns in February 2015, with a launch at a special breakfast briefing in central London.
The high-flyers on our MCV Brit List: Women in Games Top 100 are now revealed.
MCV is adding regular reporting on the global eSports business - including the fast-growing UK competitive games sector - as of next month.