Just one week left to lobby for MCV Awards 2014

You have just seven days to get your lobbying in for the 2014 MCV Awards.

Just days remain to get in your suggestions for hotly-contested prizes like Specialist Retailer, Game Publisher, New Game Brand, Marketing Team and PR Team.

Plus this year we have new prizes for Events Team, Digital Strategy, Publishing Partner, Creative Agency Team and Digital Campaign.

But you won’t be considered for either unless you lobby.

Lobbying for the 2014 MCV Awards ends next Friday, January 24th.

Send your suggestions to mcvlobbying@intentmedia.co.uk. We’ve detailed more about the lobbying process in guide here.

The MCV Awards take place on Thursday, April 10th at the Lancaster London Hotel

To book your place, contact Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk or call her on 01992 535 646. Guests are advised to purchase tickets or tables early, as this event always sells out in March. Prices start at 2,699 + VAT for a table and 275 + VAT for a single seat. A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Arange of sponsorship packages are available. To discuss partnership opportunities in more detail please contact Lesley Blumson on Lesley.Blumson@intentmedia.co.uk or call her on 01992 535 647.

More information about the event can be found at our dedicated microsite,www.mcvawards.com.


  • Special Recognition
  • Grand Prix
  • Retail Concept
  • Mainstream Retailer
  • Independent Retailer
  • Specialist Retailer
  • Digital Retailer
  • Digital Strategy – NEW
  • Publishing Partner – NEW
  • High Street Distribution Team
  • Sales Triumph
  • UK Sales Team
  • Export Sales Team
  • Marketing Team
  • PR Team
  • Games Studio
  • Peripherals & Accessories Brand
  • Events Team – NEW
  • New Game Brand
  • Creative Agency Team – NEW
  • Media Sales Team
  • Digital Campaign – NEW
  • Trade Marketing Team
  • Game Campaign
  • Games Publisher

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