Last chance to save hundreds of pounds when securing your place for next months' awards ceremony

Develop Awards 2016: Early bird ends today

Hurry! If you want to save money when booking your place for this year’s Develop Awards, you need to buy your ticket or table today.

This is your last chance to benefit from the Early Bird discount for this year’s awards ceremony, which could save you hundreds of pounds.

The Develop Awards 2016 will take place at the Brighton Hilton Metropole on Wednesday, July 13th and runs alongside Tandem Events’ Develop:Brighton conference.

Currently ticket prices are £199 for a single ticket, £1,999 for a standard table and £2,299 for a gold table. As of tomorrow, these will revert to the standard prices of £239, £2,399 and £2,699 repsectively.

You can book your place at, or by emailing Georgia Blake via

The 2016 Develop Awards will once again honour the best development talent throughout the UK and Europe, as well as the publishers, tools providers and service firms that support them from around the world. 

Finalists this year include The Witcher III dev CD Projekt Red, Quantum Break studio Remedy Entertainment, acclaimed UK indie The Chinese Room, and Sam Barlow – creator of the seminal Her Story. You can find a full list of this year’s finalists here.

Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima will also be in attendance to receive his award of Development Legend, our highest accolade.

The awards are supported by headline partner CV Bay, with gold partners MoGI Group, Amiqus, Epic Games, Sumo Digital, Crytek, Perforce, Games London, UKIE, and King. OPM returns as table gift partner, alongside exclusive drinks reception partner Keywords Studios and event partner Tandem Events. Epic Games are also an award partner, as are Aardvark Swift. Unity is award and opening video partner.

Contact Charlotte Nangle via to find out about the opportunities available. To book your place at the event, email Georgia Blake via – or book online at

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