Who will take home top accolades tomorrow night? And have you booked your place yet?

Develop Awards: 24 hours to go

There are only a limited number of tickets left for tomorrow night’s Develop Awards.

Taking place on July 10th at the Brighton Hilton Metropole Hotel, just 24 hours away, this year’s ceremony will host over 500 game industry execs from 165 game companies across the European development sector.

But with only a few places remaining and time running out, make sure to book your tickt soon to avoid missing out on the big night.

You can click here to book your ticket right now.

Other enquiries should go to Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk or call 01992 535 646 as soon as possible.

British comedian Imran Yusuf is the host of the ceremony.

A variety of studios of all shapes and sizes from across the continent are vying for key prizes such as New IP, Independent Studio and Technical Innovation.

The ‘game development hall of fame’ Development Legend prize will also be handed out – this year to Epic Games founders Tim Sweeney and Mark Rein.

You can view the full list of this year’s Develop Awards finalists here.

Event partners include Platinum Partners Crytek, Deep Silver and Microsoft, Gold Partners Testronic, Amiqus, UKIE, Perforce Software, Sumo Digital and Pitbull Studio, Drinks Reception Partner NaturalMotion Games, Table Gift Partner OPM Recruitment, Event Partners Nova Scotia BusinessInc and Playmob, and Award Partner ARM.


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