Early bird bookers can now save over £500 on tables and 25 per cent on seats

Book now for cheaper trip to Develop Awards

Intent Media is offering its biggest ever reduction in ticket prices for the 2010 Develop Industry Excellence Awards.

Early bird rates are available now for the prestigious event, which takes place on Wednesday July 14th at the Brighton Metropole Hotel.

This year’s discounts cut costs more than ever, slashing £500 off Gold tables and £540 off standard tables.

The early bird discount deal will close on Monday June 7th.

Over 400 of the most important games studios and service companies from around the world will be attending the prestigious awards night.

A breakdown of attendance rates can be found below.

Gold Table – £1,975 plus vat
Standard Table – £1,750 plus vat
Seats – £175 plus vat each


Gold Table – £2,475 plus vat
Standard Table – £2,290 plus vat
Seats – £235 plus vat each

To book your place at the event contact Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk, or download the booking form – which can be downloaded here.

There are a number of promotional possibilities at the event that include category and award sponsorship. Contact Katie.Rawlings@intentmedia.co.uk for more information on how you can get involved.

Meanwhile, we’ve posted up the full guide to the event, all of the awards up for grabs and how you can lobby for consideration – click here to read it.

Develop is also receiving lobbying on who should win the coveted awards. Anyone in the game industry can put forward their studio, services or technology firm for the awards – or suggest companies they think should win. Simply send a 300 word lobbying pitch to developawards@intentmedia.co.uk.

The awards list can be found in full below.


Best New IP
Best Use of a Licence or IP
Visual Arts
Audio Accomplishment
Publishing Hero

Technical Innovation
Best Tools Provider
Best Engine
Creative Outsourcing
Recruitment Company

Best New Studio
Business Development
Best Handheld Studio
Best Micro Studio
Best In-House Studio
Best Independent Studio

Development Legend
Grand Prix
(Winners for these awards are chosen by the Develop team after soundings from the industry)

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