MCV Awards 2015 entries – deadline is 5pm TODAY!

This is it, your final chance; less than nine hours remain to getyour lobbying infor the 2015 MCV Awards.

Lobbying for the 2015 MCV Awards ends today,Friday, January 16th at 5pm.

That’s right: if you want to put forward your suggestions for this year’s accolades – including Games Retailer, New Games Brand, PR Team and Games Publisher – but are yet to do so, you only have until this afternoon to get your voice heard.

The alwayshotly-contestedMCV Awards regulars listed above join completely new prizes for the UK’s best Buying Team and Indie Games Label, which have already seen dozens of budding firms step up to the plate.

But you and your firm won’t be considered for any of these prizesunless you lobby.

New prizes aren’t the only new thing about this year’s celebration of UK games retail – there is also a new process involved for putting yourself (or others) forward for the MCV Awards –find out more here.

The 2015 MCV Awards take place on Thursday, April 16th at the Lancaster London Hotel

To book tickets for theMCV Industry Excellence Awards 2015 click here.

Alternatively, contact Jess Farnan atjfarnan@nbmedia.comor on 01992 535 646.

Guests are advised to book early as the event always sells out.

The price includes pre-dinner reception, a three-course dinner with wine, coffee, petits fours, the awards ceremony and after-party.

Gold Tables cost 2,950 + VAT and a Standard Table of Ten costs 2,750 + VAT, while Single Seats are available for 285 + VAT.

To find out about sponsorship opportunities at the event please contact: Conor Tallon;ctallon@nbmedia.comor Alex Boucher;– or call +44 (0)1992 535 646.


Games Retailer

Independent Retailer

New Games Brand

Peripherals and Accessories Brand

Buying Team

Marketing Team

Digital Marketing Team

Trade Marketing Team

PR Team

Agency Team

Community Team

Distribution Team

Sales Team

Indie Games Label

Game Campaign

Games Publisher


Store Manager of the Year

Unsung Hero

Person of the Year

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