Sabotage Times Boosts Games Coverage With Expert Signing

London, UK – 27th June, 2012 – Sabotage Times, the online magazine launched in May 2010 by James Brown, has appointed gaming expert, Steve Hill, as Videogames Editor to cultivate the growing demand for gaming editorial from ST’s 800,000 monthly Unique Visitors.

Hill’s writing career has charted the rise, demise, and rebirth of virtually every gaming platform, genre, and trend over the last 17 years, contributing his editorial insight and wit to some of the most influential gaming publications and channels of our time, including PC Zone (RIP), Maxim, Loaded, IGN, Eurogamer and The Mail On Sunday.

Matt Weiner, head of content, said: "We're pleased to have appointed Steve as videogames editor. Sabotage Times now gets more than 800,000 unique visitors per month and with Steve's brilliant games knowledge we expect that to keep on rising."

Sabotage Times’ gaming editorial sits on equal footing with ‘traditional’ lifestyle activities, and like all ST sections, welcomes submissions from new and established writers.

Steve Hill stated emphatically: “I don't get out of bed for anything less than America or operating heavy machinery. And please don't phone before the end of Countdown."

About Sabotage Times

ST is a popular platform for new and established writers to sound off on the issues they feel passionate about. It is rare to find a story on Sabotage that hasn’t provoked some sort of debate or feedback from its target audience. The online magazine’s aim is to create a great destination for people interested in football, fashion, TV, humour, sport, Film, politics, sex, games, art and many other subjects with content published across, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Tumblr.  

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