Nominations for the Women In Games Awards 2022 now close on the 24th on January!

Good news! You have an extra weekend to get your nominations in for the MCV/DEVELOP Women In Games Awards 2022.

We have extended the nominations deadline to Monday, January 24th at 1pm. Any nominations after this date will not be accepted, so make sure you make your voice heard.

For this the 8th annual Women In Games Awards there are 13 categories in which to make a case for the best UK candidate. Simply head to the awards website, select as many categories as applicable, and for each nomination include a name, company, contact email, and a supporting statement no longer than 750 words.

When nominating, please make sure to let your nominee know beforehand, in case the person in question doesn’t identify as a woman.

Whether you’re nominating yourself or a colleague, this is a chance to recognise the very best female talent across the entire spectrum of the UK games industry, from game creation to business development, to education and esports. Make your voice heard!

After deliberating over a shortlist, we will be announcing the Women In Games Awards finalists in February, before an esteemed panel of judges decide the winners in time for the live presentation set for Friday 4th March. The awards ceremony will be held at Altitude in London’s Millbank Tower. With its night time views of the capital, a stunning backdrop for a memorable night of much-needed celebration is assured.

Head to the awards website to register your nominations and to see how you can support Women In Games.

About Richie Shoemaker

Prior to taking the editorial helm of MCV/DEVELOP Richie spent 20 years shovelling word-coal into the engines of numerous gaming magazines and websites, many of which are now lost beneath the churning waves of progress. If not already obvious, he is partial to the odd nautical metaphor.

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