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Deadline extended for Develop 100 UK studio survey

The deadline for the Develop 100 UK studio hotlist survey has been extended until Tuesday, May 21st.

We’re giving UK developers just a few days longer to fill in your details to ensure you’re featured in the next Develop 100, set to name the top UK studios.

Whether you’re an indie or triple-A studio, old or new, we’re accepting submissions of all kinds to be featured in the UKIE-sponsored book.

The survey, which you can access here, asks for basic information about your studio and, most importantly, details across four key areas: Heritage & Reputation; Commercial Success; Creativity & Product; and Potential.

These categories will help us understand your activity – whether you are a new mobile outfit with no games released or a console studio with lots of titles under your belt.

The Develop team will then read through and grade each submission against various criteria in order to formulate our top 100.

Our popular digital book will then be compiled, written and published at the end of June, with commentary by our team of games industry experts.

As well as formulating the top 100, the next Develop 100 will also offer a glossary listing all 500 studios in the UK, providing contact details and formats they are working on.

Data for this section will also be collated by Develop and studios will be listed for free – but contact for more details on premium space you can book in the glossary for your studio.

Ultimately, the first volume of the 2013 edition of the Develop 100 will be one of the most comprehensive overviews of UK games studios yet released.

But we won’t get there without your input: click here to start filling in a submission form for your studio.

The extended deadline for submissions is Tuesday, May 21st.

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