GMA 2013: A-Z of the UK’s games media set for the big night

The biggest names in the UK games press will attend tomorrow’s Games Media Awards

And if you want to mingle with the media, you need to act fast!

Just a couple of trade tickets are left, priced at 150 each. Contact to find out more.

Games press from all sectors, including specialist, national newspapers, online, broadcast, lifestyle media and mainstream magazines will be there. They will include representatives from:-

Ask Men, Average Gamer, BT Games, CVG, Dealspawn, Digital Spy, Edge, Eurogamer, FIFA Soccer Blog, Games Press, Games Weasel, Gamespot, gamesreactor, Huffington Post, IGN, Intent Media, MCV, Metro, Midnight Resistance, MSN, New Statesman, Nuts, Official Nintendo Magazine, Official PlayStation Magazine, Official Xbox Magazine, PC Gamer, PC Games N, PlayStation Access, Pocket Gamer, Ready Up, Sabotage Times, SBTV, Sci-Fi London, Shortlist, T3, The Blurb (Ginx), The Daily Mail, The Game Jar, The Gamershub, The Guardian, The Observer, The Sun, This is My Joystick, VG247, Videogamer, Wired and Yogscast.

The Games Media Awards take place on Thursday October 10th and return to Vinopolis, Bankside.

Five-man comedy troupe, The Noise Next Door is hosting proceedings.

50 writers and 60 different media outlets have been shortlisted for this year’s Games Media Awards, with prizes including the Games Writer of the Year and the brand new Games Media Academy, recognising up and coming writers.

The year’s event is supported by Gold Partners Nintendo 3DS, Xbox, PlayStation, Battlefield 4, NCsoft and Watch Dogs; Drinks Reception sponsor Deep Silver; Top Tweeter award partner Green Man Gaming; Games Writer of the Year award partner Sega; Rising Star award partner Disney Infinity; and event partner Gamescom.

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