21 games businesses named in the Creative England 50

Media Molecule, Playground Games, FuturLab, Flix Interactive and Viewpoint Games make list
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21 games-related businesses and studios have been named in the Creative England 50, showcasing some of the UK’s top companies in the creative industries.

Each firm was selected by a panel of creative industry judges and recognised for “leading the charge for the creative industries, showcasing the best of what England’s regions have to offer and transforming the country’s economic future".

Studios on the list include Media Molecule, Playground Games, FuturLab, Flix Interactive and Viewpoint Games. In total, games-related businesses account for 42 per cent of the firms named.

Other respresented sectors included TV, digital media and film.

You can view the full list below. Games-related business and studios have been highlighted in bold.

Abby Ajayi
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Arinze Kene
Bonafide
Carbon Digital
Citrus Suite
Coacher
Destiny Ekaragha
Droplet
EMU Films
Evil Twin Artworks
Flix Interactive
Flowify
FuturLab
Gaelle Denis
Ground Shatter
Guy Myhill
HMA Digital Marketing
Inflammable
Jack Taylor Cox
Jude Ower – Playmob
LivingLens
Magnetic North
Matt Wilkinson
Media Molecule
Mubaloo
Mutant Labs
Ninja Theory
Nomad Games
Nosebleed Interactive
Oceloid Interactive
Peter Middleton
Pixel Toys
Playground Games
Rachel Dargavel
Rachel Tunnard
Rook Films
Rormix
Rumpus Animation
Sean Buckley
Shoothill
Skylab
Sun and Moon studios
The Bureau
The Floow
The Imaginarium
Total Monkery
Viewpoint Games
Vorpal Games
Yippee! Entertainment

“Creative talent and the opportunity for economic growth can be found across the country, not just in London and the South-East,” said Creative England CEO Caroline Norbury.

"And the impact of creative technology, ideas and innovation is not just being felt in film, television and video games – it crosses boundaries into healthcare, education and even car insurance.

"The successes of the Creative England 50, from Newcastle to Plymouth, are proof that the creative economy is where long term prosperity lies.”

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