After a very successful 2017 edition, the London Games Festival is coming back bigger than ever in 2018.
The British Academy Games Awards will take place on April 12th 2018, with a brand new category this year: the Game Beyond Entertainment award.
Indie-focused showcase EGX Rezzed is coming back for another year of keynotes, hands-on with the latest games and more.
This year's ACCU conference will take place from April 11th to April 14th, with once again speakers covering all the aspects of software development.
The Women in Games Awards are back on May 11th to celebrate the amazing talent of the UK games industry.
Stand Up for GamesAid is coming back for a sixth year of stand up comedy hosted by former games tester Imran Yusuf at The Comedy Store in London.
The Games Media Brit List is a showcase of UK talent, recognising the individuals engaged in reporting, reviewing or commentating on video games and esports.
The sixth edition of the Norwich Gaming Festival will take place from May 28th to June 3rd this year.
This year's Casual Connect takes place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre from May 29th to May 31st, for three days of lectures and networking events to connect and enlighten professionals of the game industry.
E3 takes place from June 12th to June 14th this year and this year will be see a slight change in opening hours.
Develop:Brighton expands its full conference from two days to three this year, and will now take place between Tuesday 10th and Thursday 12th July.
The Develop Awards celebrate UK and European game developers. Come and party with us on July 11th!
Gamescom is returning to Koelnmesse this August, with trade visitors welcome from Tuesday 21st and the event then opening to all visitors from the 22nd to the 25th.
This year is the 10th anniversary of the largest student game jam in the UK, Brains Eden, which takes place from July 13th to July 16th.