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How to win an MCV Award

How to win an MCV Award

The MCV Industry Excellence Awards return to their popular location at The Brewery in Chiswell Street, London on Thursday April 23rd.

All companies and all games industry professionals have the chance to enjoy their night even more than most by picking up an award.

The MCV Awards are about the people that get right behind this industry’s products to make the UK such a vibrant games marketplace – the biggest outside of the US and Japan.

They are about your colleagues and, should someone else be victorious, they are also about giving some respect to your rivals.

This industry should be very proud that, notwithstanding the odd burst of enjoyable on-stage rhetoric, previous years have seen genuine warmth towards those enjoying their moment of glory.

There are many awards events for the games market, several of which boast impressive industry status and media profile. But only the MCV Industry Excellence Awards look behind the products themselves and recognise the teamwork, commitment and creativity of the people making it all happen in the UK.

MCV is at the very heart of the industry, reaching 10,000 print readers every week and many more every day online.

Importantly, only MCV reaches every buyer, every branch, every indie and every distributor at trade level.

MCV influences stocking decisions and is proud to have such huge support from both retailers and suppliers for its weekly efforts.

Thank you for supporting us. Now it’s time to reward you for your sterling work.

Check out the awards categories and criteria. And get lobbying…

All MCV readers can put forward a particular retailer, publisher, brand, game or developer for each of the awards up for grabs.  Simply email your nomination to Lisa.Foster@intentmedia.co.uk by Monday February 16th - include a brief summary of that company, its achievements, and what award it should be nominated for.

Our guide to the awards open are listed in a three part feature: Retail (Part 1), People & Industry (Part 2), PR & Marketing (Part 3).

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