Last call for Sourcebook entries

Act now if your company wants to be promoted via MCV and Develop for the next 12 months.

Sourcebook 2010 covers Creative & Promotional Services, Gaming Accessories, Distribution & Logistics, International Distribution, Digital Distribution, Legal Services, Localisation, QA & Testing, Manufacturing Services, Recruitment and Software Development.

The only online and print guide to service companies in the European games industry will boast a total print circulation of 20,000 copies, plus year-round promotion of its microsite and digital edition.

A special Sourcebook reference guide will also appear in MCV and sister title Develop for 12 months from July onwards.

The print edition will be inserted into all copies of MCV on Friday July 30th, plus relevant reader codes of Develop, PC Retail and Mobile Entertainment in August.

Live distribution of the directory includes The Develop Conference in Brighton, The Brand Licensing Show and The London Games Conference.

The digital edition and a new microsite will also be promoted all year round by Intent Media.

If you would like a listing in Sourcebook 2010, please contact

Companies already due to be featured in the new edition and year-round online guide include:

AGI Media
Aardvark Swift
Antigrav Media
Ark Visual
Avatar Games Recruitment
Babel Media
Barrington Harvey
Curveball Leisure
Disctribution Limited
Enta Group
Enzyme Testing Labs
Eye-D Creative
Fink Creative
Fluid Graphics
Front Room
GfK ChartTrack
Game Frontier
Game Options
Game Outlet
Gem Distribution
Green Man
Harbottle & Lewis
Hive Entertainment
Indigo Pearl
I-Globe Accessories
Impact International
Jelly Media
Keef Creative
Logic 3
Maverick Media
OK Media
Orange Studio
Outsource Media
PMA Digital
Rainbow Productions
Realtime UK
Shorewood Blueprint
Side UK
Special Move
Studio CO2
The Audio Guys
Uber Agency
White Room Games

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