Entries in 'mcv awards' (117)
The UK games trade’s biggest night of the year will return to London again on Thursday April 10th 2014.
You have under three weeks to get your lobbying in for the 2014 MCV Awards.
The MCV Awards return on April 10th, 2014 – with five new prizes up for grabs.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – contains ten pages of images from this year's MCV Awards. The winners, the parties and THAT video.
UK games industry charity GamesAid raised an impressive £3,295.92 at last week’s MCV Awards.
The forever popular MCV Awards opening video has become the highlight of the annual trade show – and now you can see it online right here.
Activision won twice at the MCV Awards last night.
Minecraft won an MCV Award last night.
Martyn Gibbs was presented the Special Recognition prize at last night's MCV Awards.
HMV cemented its return from administration at the MCV Awards last night, picking up the award for Retail Concept.
Distributor CentreSoft won the final honour of the night at the MCV Awards: the Grand Prix.
Electronic Arts won one of the top prizes at last night's MCV Awards after ending 2012 as the No.1 publisher.
Ubisoft won the most prizes at the MCV Awards.
Attendees of last night’s MCV Awards 2013 were treated to a big-screen look at EA’s impressive 60-second Battlefield 4 ad.
Some of the most proactive and innovative firms in the UK games business took home top honours at this evening's MCV Awards.
EA will air its latest trailer for Battlefield 4 at tonight’s MCV Awards.
GamesAid will once again be asking attendees at this year’s MCV Awards to participate in the Gamesaid Tenner.
The MCV Awards return on April 18th, 2013 - with eight new prizes up for grabs.
BioShock Infinite?and Borderlands publisher 2K Games is the latest firm to sign up for this year’s sell-out MCV Awards.
This year's MCV Awards are less than a month away, and you can find out everything you need to know about the finalists right here.
This may be an era of transition, but there is clearly plenty of success and creativity to be recognised within the UK games industry.
After a successful debut at Christmas, the Games OnSong choir will return.