Just one day left to nominate the industry's best young talent

Develop’s 30 Under 30 – nominations close Friday

The chase is back on to find the industry’s best young developers, and submissions close this Friday.

Nominations are still open for Develop’s 30 Under 30, an annual showcase of the most promising talent to emerge in the games industry.

And now there’s even more need to get a move on: you’ve got just one day to get your suggestions in – we’re closing the lobbying on Friday, October 21st.

The feature, set to appear in both Develop magazine and online, was recently praised by industry figurehead Peter Molyneux.

30 Under 30 is sponsored by OPM Recruitment, a leading specialist recruitment consultancy in the computer, console, handheld, mobile, online games and interactive entertainment sectors.

If you’ve got (or have worked with) a budding Carmack, soon-to-be Miyamoto or future Molyneux in your team, it’s time to let them shine.

The nomination process is simple: just send a high-resolution photo of the candidate, their job title and role, age, and an explanation of why they should be considered, to will.freeman@intentmedia.co.uk.

Only one nomination is needed for each person put forward. This is not a voting system, meaning that a person nominated numerous times will have no advantage over someone submitted once.

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