Freelance creatives directory added to Sourcebook

Sourcebook listings are free for freelancers working in the games industry.

Games agencies guide Sourcebook returns in July – with a new section naming creative guns-for-hire in the UK and Europe. It’s free for individuals or work for hire micro studios of three or fewer staff.

Alongside our high-profile premium positions, this added directory will cover freelance artists, game writers, coders and more.

To get your details added, contact

Sourcebook also offers an annual guide to the essential service firms and creative agencies in the games industry.

With categories such as Creative & Promotional, Gaming Accessories and Merchandise, Distribution, Digital Distribution, QA & Testing and many more (full list printed below), Sourcebook is a comprehensive guide to core interactive entertainment businesses, showcasing leading players across each sector.

Contact find out about listing rates and sponsorship opportunities.

Sourcebook 2013 is published on July 26th as a premium print product with a print run of 20,000, sent to readers of MCV and relevant readers of sister titles Develop and PCR.

Sourcebook also has extended distribution at Gamescom, London Games Conference and other key industry events; a year-round online resource at; plus weekly promotion for featured firms in MCV and on

To book your place, contact Jennie Lane on or call her on 01992 535 647. The deadline for inclusion is the end of June.


Creative & Promotional

Gaming Accessories and Merchandise

International Distribution

Legal Services


QA & Testing

Manufacturing Services


Distribution and Logistics.

Digital Distribution

Cloud, Web Services & Infrastructure

Monetisation & Payment

Regional Associations

Game Studios

Game Technology

Research & Analysis

Freelance Directory

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