Calling all studios based in the English capital; be part of our essential guide

Develop’s London issue; get involved

England’s capital is emerging to be one of the hottest development hubs in the world, so we are putting out a call to studios large and small to get involved in our special September London issue.

We will be detailing an A-Z of the key companies working in the games industry in the burgeoning metropolis, in a one-stop guide to London’s finest.

Whether you are a big studio or a micro-team involved in games development, middleware or offering services, we’re looking for you to get on board.

For editorial opportunities, contact Develop’s editor Will Freeman at For advertising opportunities, you can get in touch with our sales manager Alex Boucher at

As well as a large focus on all things London, the next issue will also include an in-depth look at user interface tools and a special feature on the cutting edge tools and tech for graphics and rendering.

And, as ever, there’s essential news, opinion and analysis, and all the tools, technology and services coverage you could want, as well as a peek behind the doors of some of the globe’s most interesting studios.

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