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Comedian Imran Yusuf hosting Develop Awards

Stand-up comedian Imran Yusuf will host the Develop Awards next month.

Yusuf returns for the second consecutive year having brought down the house at last year’s Develop Awards with his hilarious and unique brand of game industry-related humour, having once plotted a career in the sector himself.

The comic is a growing name on the stand-up circuit and has performed at a series of shows including the Edinburgh Frige Festival, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Road Show, and has also made his on TV pilot, The Imran Yusuf Show.

The Develop Awards will take place in just over a month from now on Wednesday, July 9th at the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Brighton.

The event honours the achievements and efforts in the last year by European game studios, global technology partners and hardworking service companies. It runs alongside the Develop In Brighton conference.

You can book a table or single seat at the event by contacting Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk or calling 01992 535 646.

Develop Awards partners include Platinum Partners Crytek and Deep Silver, Gold Partners UKIE, Amiqus, Keywords International, Codemasters, Perforce, Cubic Motion and Unity, Event Partners Universally Speaking, Wales Interactive and Tandem Events and Table Gift Partner OPM.

For more information on the sponsorship and partnership opportunities still available, contact Alex.Boucher@intentmedia.co.uk or call 01992 535 647.

You can view a full listed of the finalists in the running to win one of 24 awards here.

For more information about the Develop Awards, visit the official Develop Awards website.

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