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Stand Up For GamesAid will return on Monday, May 9th at London’s The Comedy Store.
Just eight days remain until GamesAid's Games on Song choir's second concert.
An extra 30 tickets are now available for MCV and Develop’s Christmas Party.
GamesAid's Games on Song choir is returning this December for its second Christmas concert.
Christmas is well and truly upon us, the party season is kicking into gear, and MCV and Develop are throwing one epic night out for the the entire games industry.
GamesAid has once again smashed its funding record and is giving away more money to more charities.
The UK games industry can now decide which charities will receive a record-breaking amount of money from GamesAid.
The UK games industry can decide which charities will receive a record-breaking amount of money from GamesAid next week.
The UK games industry has until Midnight tonight to nominate charities that could receive thousands of pounds from GamesAid.
The UK games industry can now nominate charities to receive thousands of pounds from GamesAid.
The UK games industry can nominate charities to receive thousands of pounds from GamesAid, later this month.
GamesAid broke its own poker tournament fundraising record earlier this week, with the industry chipping in almost £7,000 towards the charity.
GamesAid is the spiritual successor to games industry charitable initiatives SoftAid in the 1980s and ESC (The Entertainment Software Charity) in the early noughties, both led by Rod Cousens.
Out of all the things that the UK games industry has achieved over the past decade, GamesAid must stand as the best.
Games industry charity GamesAid raised more than £3,000 at last week's MCV Awards.
Emily Britt, PR manager at The Pokémon Company and GamesAid chair, tells MCV about her career working with some of the most iconic titles in video game history
Games industry charity GamesAid has welcomed Green Man Gaming’s Tracey McGarrigan as its latest trustee.
At London’s Earls Court today, GamesAid revealed that it had raised £438,000 for seven charities over the last 12 months.
The voting is now open to select which charities will receive money raised by games industry charity GamesAid.
Members of the games industry cycling from Gamescom in Cologne back to Brighton have raised over £4,500 for GamesAid.
Members of games industry charity GamesAid can now put forward organisations for possible support this year.
Industry charity GamesAid has called on games professionals to sign-up and vote on the charities it will donate money too.
Red Kite Games is launching a free game called Firefly Runner tomorrow (June 5th) for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire.
Back by popular demand, the Games 5s five-a-side tournament returns next month.
Thanks to the generosity of the UK games industry, last week’s GamesAid Tenner at the MCV Awards raised an incredible £6,371.