Entries in 'MCV Awards 2014' (31)
Thanks to the generosity of the UK games industry, last week’s GamesAid Tenner at the MCV Awards raised an incredible £6,371.
Last week’s MCV Awards 2014 kicked off with some of the industry’s greatest squaring off against the apocalypse – and you can see it all here on video.
Disney Infinity bested Sony’s smash-hit new blockbuster IP The Last of Us at last night’s MCV Awards.
Ubisoft took home the award for Games Publisher of the Year at last night’s MCV Awards.
Argos took home the Mainstream Retailer prize from last night’s MCV Awards.
The resurgence of GAME continued last night as the retailer took home two prizes at the MCV Awards.
The biggest game of 2013 won more industry accolades than any other title at this year’s MCV Awards.
PlayStation dominated the MCV Awards 2014, collecting eight prizes including the prestigious Grand Prix.
Creative agency An.x and Think Tank have pledged their support to this year's MCV Awards.
Media giant IGN is the latest big name to sign up for this year's MCV awards.
Online games portal Curse has signed up as a partner for this year's MCV Awards.
GamesGrabr is the latest brand to support this year's MCV Awards.
There’s just seven days left to secure your place at this year’s MCV Awards.
Video games ad agency Intergi has joined the list of supporters for this year's MCV Awards.
Online games retailer Green Man Gaming has backed this year's MCV Awards.
Gaming accessories specialist Razer is the latest big name to pledge its support for this year’s MCV Awards.
Electronic Arts is the latest big name to pledge their support for this year's MCV Awards.
Online retailer Simply Games has signed up as sponsor for this year's MCV Awards.
Cloud gaming specialist OnLive is the latest firm to pledge their support to this year's MCV Awards.
UK games retailer Xbite has signed up as a sponsor for this year's MCV Awards.
The UK games trade’s biggest night of the year will return to London again on Thursday April 10th 2014.
Want the skinny on UK porn filters blocking games? How about Konami’s rebirth of PES? Or how to license your game for big bucks? Then you need the latest MCV.
Over 100 different UK games firms are in the running for an MCV Award.
Channel 4 host and acclaimed stand-up comic Adam Hills will compere April’s MCV Awards.