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The MCV Awards 2016 is just a month away, so make sure you secure your ticket for the big night as we only have limited availability.
BBC funnyman Miles Jupp will host the upcoming MCV Awards.
With just eight weeks to go until the big night, the finalists of this year’s MCV Awards are revealed. Is your name on the list…?
It’s a new year and a new opportunity for your team to shine. And it starts this week as we announce the finalists of the MCV Awards 2016.
Not just a terrible tune from the ‘80s – it really is the final countdown to nominations closing for the 2016 MCV Awards.
Christmas presents sorted? Tree up? Ocado food delivery booked? MCV Awards nominations submitted…?
The MCV Awards return on Thursday, March 3rd 2016. But the journey towards a prize starts with making your achievements known to us.
We need your entries for the MCV Awards 2016 to be submitted to us by Wednesday, December 16th - that’s just two weeks away!
What do Warner Bros, PlayStation, Xbox UK, 505 Games and Ubisoft have in common?
There are certain things that signal that Christmas is on its way – the clocks going back, Strictly and X-Factor hitting our screens, the onslaught of DFS ads… and the ...
The UK games industry’s most prestigious awards return on Thursday, March 3rd at the new Hilton Bankside.
PAY ATTENTION: The MCV Awards will take place slightly earlier next year.
Nintendo UK head of consumer marketing James Honeywell is a true industry veteran, with a career stretching back two decades. MCV talks to this year’s MCV Awards Unsung Hero about ...
Darren Bowen, UK sales director at Ubisoft, takes MCV on a globetrotting trip through its MCV Award-winning export team’s operations
If 2014 was the year of streaming, it was also the year of Twitch.
Scottish retailer Games Centre is a force to be reckoned with in the indie space, and now has four MCV Awards under its belt to prove it.
Last week's MCV Awards got off to a fantastic start as the event's guests arrived in style… being delivered to the venue by none other than aliens.
Games industry charity GamesAid raised more than £3,000 at last week's MCV Awards.
Nintendo UK veteran James Honeywell was declared the Unsung Hero at this year's MCV Awards.
The winner of the new Store Manager of the Year prize at this year's MCV Awards was Games Centre Irvine's Craig Kennedy.
GAME took three prizes from the MCV Awards 2015.
Games industry veteran and Team 17 boss Debbie Bestwick was named the MCV Awards 2015 Person of the Year.
Destiny was the best New Games Brand of last year, the industry has ruled.