There is a myriad of new companies working on their first projects across the UK and Europe, but does yours stand out from the crowd?
If so, there could be a place for you in the next edition of The Develop 100, which will list the most promising start-ups in the region.
We’ll be showcasing games businesses of all kinds, from games development studios, to related technology firms or other services business, all of which first formed in the last 24 months.
Want to get your company included? All you need to do is fill in this short questionnaire, giving us basic information on your start-up.
The deadline filling in this survey is October 31st.
The Develop team will read through the list, based on information provided, and grade each submission to formulate our top 100.
The Develop 100 will be published next month, complete with commentary from our team of game industry experts.
So to start filling in the survey, click here.
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The Develop 100 has been published by Develop since 2005 – over the years we have chronicled the best studios in the globe based on a variety of metrics – retail revenues, review scores, industry reputation and so on.
Last year we published two volumes. Click here to download 2012’s edition, which features a top 100 of global developers based on UK retail revenue, and a ranking of the world’s best 100 games based on critic vote. You can view it in your browser or on iPad completely free.
Earlier this we published our Develop 100 UK Studio Hot List, detailing the top companies in the UK based on heritage & reputation; commercial success; creativity & product; and potential.
We also included a comprehensive guide to over 500 studios in the industry today, with information on where to find them, and when they were founded. You can read it through your browser or on your iPad completely free.
Another volume of the 2013 Develop 100 will be published later in the year.
The Develop 100 is brought to you in association with UKIE, the trade body for the UK games industry.