BAFTA extends video games 2014 entry period

The entry period for the British Academy Games Awards in 2014 is now open.

Furthermore, BAFTA has extended the entry period by three months to November 11th 2013. The ceremony will present 16 awards. One again those entering a game for the first time will be able to do so for free provided they enter before October 21st.

"By extending the entry period for this year’s Awards, we’re allowing developers more time to campaign for their games and make sure that up-and-coming developers have every opportunity to showcase their work,” BAFTA game committee chairman Harvey Elliott stated.

Last year we saw an encouraging rise in the level of new talent entering their games, and we look forward to seeing this continue.”

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