Major devs including CD Projekt Red, Sam Barlow, DICE, The Chinese Room, Remedy and more nominated for this year’s celebration

Develop Awards 2016: Two weeks to go

Just 14 days remain until the UK and European development community gathers to celebrate the best in our field.

The winners of this year’s Develop Awards will be revealed during this year’s awards ceremony at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on the evening of Wednesday, July 13th during the Develop: Brighton 2016 conference.

To book your place at the event, email Georgia Blake at or grab your tickets online at

Among the more than 100 firms shortlisted for accolades are acclaimed creators CD Projekt Red, The Chinese Room, Sam Barlow, Remedy Entertainment, EA DICE, Ubisoft and Frictional Games, as well as the biggest tech and tool firms helping developers bring their visions to reality.

They will be jostling for recognition in categories such as New IP, Visual Arts, Audio Accomplishment, Use of Narrative, Micro Studio, In-House Studio, Use of a Licence and the coveted Studio of the Year prize.

Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima will receive this year’s Development Legend award, and will be handed the prize by previous Legend winner Mark Cerny, who served as system architect for the PS4.

This year’s awards are supported by headline partner CV Bay, gold partners MoGI Group, Amiqus, Epic Games, Sumo Digital, Crytek, King, table gift partner OPM Jobs, exclusive drinks reception partner Keywords Studios, and event partner Tandem Events. Epic Games are also an award partner, as are Aardvark Swift.

Contact Charlotte Nangle via to find out about the opportunities available, both at the event and in editorial coverage before, during and after the Awards. 

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