Games 5s groups revealed

The full list of groups for the MCV & Xbox 360 Games 5’s has been revealed – and Sony and Xbox are facing up to each other in two groups.

Other fiery contests should be fought out between Pinnacle Software and Koch Media/Deep Silver in Group 1; Amazon, Gamestation Cambridge and Grainger Games in Group 4; Imagine and Future Publishing in Group 7; and our personal favourite, EA and acquisition target 2K Games in Group 9. – plus many more besides.

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The full list of Groups reads:

Group 1
Deep Silver (Koch Media)
Traveller’s Tales A
Relentless FC (relentless Software)
THQ FC (THQ Wireless)
Pinnacle Software

Group 2
The Bastion Legends (Bastion)
Team Datascope (Datascope Recruitment)
Burning Rangers (Sega Europe)
Splash Damage
Cock Pearl Utd. (GameCock & Indigo Pearl)
Codemasters Reserves

Group 3
Koch Media
Traveller’s Tales B
Activision Rovers
Volatile Games (Blitz Games)

Group 4
PC World Team Totty
The Rivalry (Sega Europe)
Real So So Bad (system 3)
Grainger Games
Gamestation Cambridge

Group 5
Future Games (Future Publishing)
Sega Networks (Sega Europe)
FreeStyle Games
Rockstar (Rockstar North)
Sweet FA (Empire Interactive)
Eidos United

Group 6
Xbox 360
Sony Y
Hands On Mobile
Sports Interactive B
Athletico Activision
GameStation HQ

Group 7
Thin Martian FC
Black Rock Studio
Goal Barons (Future Publishing Editorial)
Imagine Publishing
Ubinese Team A

Group 8

NJays (NJ Live)
Technicolour A
Xbox 360 Elite
Sony X
Nintendo FC
The Daily Star

Group 9
Rebellion Oxford
Centresoft LTD
2K Games
EA Sports
Konami Kickers

Group 10
Global Radio
Sports Interactive
Ubinese Team B
Blitz Arcade
Game Guide Geeks (Complete EPOS Solutions)

Group 11
IdeaWorks 3D
Rodent (
Universally Speaking
Rebellion Derby
Exient Red

Group 12
Infinite Field Marketing Solution
Exient AllStars
Team Tritton (Global Sourching UK Ltd)
Technicolour B
Team Yoho (Canalside Studios)
BGS (Beautiful Game Studios)

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