Read about the Games Media Awards winners in this week’s MCV

This week’s MCV has seven pages dedicated to the Games Media Awards, as the UK games press celebrated the sector’s best journalism and personalities earlier this week.

We also speak to anti-piracy firm Denuvo about its war against games pirates and to Trion Worlds’ CEO Scott Hartsman about his debut in China with voxel-style online title Trove.

Elsewhere, ERA’s Kim Bayley discusses the latest results from the retail association’s unique consumer tracking study.

We also talk to Variable State’s co-founder Jonathan Burroughs about the latest indie hit, Virginia.

The full contents of this week’s issue are below. The digital edition can be read here.

  • NEWS: ERA: 77 per cent of UK payers prefer boxed games
  • MONTHLY CHARTS: FIFA 17 tops the September charts despite the fact it had only been out for three days
  • GAMES MEDIA AWARDS: The British games press gathered to celebrate the best journalism in this sector – we look back at all the winners
  • INTERVIEW: Denuvo on fighting the war against piracy
  • INTERVIEW: Trion’s CEO Scott Hartsman on moving to China
  • INSIGHT: ERA’s Kim Bayley unveils the games industry’s biggest secret: 75 per cent of gamers still prefer discs
  • INDIE INTERVIEW: Jonathan Burroughs discusses Virginia
  • PLUS! UKIE hires policy and public affairs officer, FIFA 17 tops the UK weekly charts again and more

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