Gamers’ Voice launches recruitment drive

If you have ever wanted the chance to defend video games and the people who play them from uninformed bias and undeserved ridicule, then now is your chance. The UK video games industry has two trade bodies who represent their interests. Those being; TIGA and UKIE. But consumers of video games in the UK also need a high profile advocate, which is where we come in.

Anyone interested in joining our committee must have an understanding of video games and the industry. They must also reside in the UK as we are not an international organisation. They must be prepared to spend a few hours of their free time each week working to promote Gamers’ Voice as well as its many campaigns and initiatives.

We are especially interested in anyone with the skills listed below, but don’t worry if you are not proficient in any of these areas, as we will consider every application.

    <*> Web designers <*> Graphic Designers <*> Writers
For more information visit our website at http://gamersvoice.org.uk

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Notes to Editor

    <*> Gamers' Voice is an independent pressure group representing video and computer gamers in the UK which seeks to act as a conduit to make our voice heard in the government and mainstream media <*> In November 2009, Tom Watson MP founded Gamers' Voice on Facebook in order to bring together gamers from across the UK in response to negative articles on gamers in the UK media; Gamers’ Voice has over 16,000 members.
Thomas Williams

Press Officer

Gamers’ Voice

Email: twilliams@gamersvoice.org.uk

Website: http://gamersvoice.org.uk  


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