Entries in 'london' (20)
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The UK's biggest pop culture event, Comic Con stars a massive variety of video game companies and titles on its show floor, including a number of indie outlets in the ...
DreamHack, the originally Swedish LAN party that has evolved into a premiere stop on the eSports calendar, is coming to London's Copper Box in September.
The Dark Knight is to become the centrepoint of a new art show headed to London.
A new attraction in London will allow children to create their own animated Pokémon movies.
Mojang has announced the return of its Minecraft fan convention MineCon for 2015, and London will play host.
Next year’s EGX will take place outside of London for the first time in the event’s history.
All video games magazines currently running out of Future’s London office are to be moved to Bath.
Entertainment giant Endemol will launch a video games-dedicated YouTube channel this month.
MCV has launched a brand new event for video games retailers – Games Retail 2020.
MCM Comic Con has been named as the host of Nintendo's first ever pop-up shop.
The London Games Festival could return this year with the help from Boris Johnson.
Games video giant Twitch has finally opened a full European base on Carnaby Street in London.
An unspecified number of job losses have hit Sega’s London-based European office.
Online retailer Amazon is to start offering Sunday deliveries in the UK for the first time this Christmas.
No, you’re not seeing things. Those are the PlayStation symbols on a skyscraper.
Microsoft has said that over 10,000 retailers across the globe will be opening their doors for the launch of Xbox One on November 22nd.
A new Grand Theft Auto set in London wouldn’t really be a GTA game at all, Rockstar’s Dan Houser has argued.
Trade body UKIE will open its new London HQ on Monday – and games companies are welcome to use it themselves.
Japanese mobile games firm GREE will pull out of the UK as it restructures its business across Europe.