Awards ceremony takes place on Thursday 12th April
Young people (10 - 18 years old) interested in a career in games are encouraged to sign up.
The AR success was up against other Pokemon titles, Monument Valley and The Playroom VR in the Game category
Hoffman joins the Reality Gaming Group following a successful initial coin offering for AR title Reality Clash
A judging panel, including Brenda Romero, Harvey Elliott and Dave Ranyard, selects 5 newcomers from the world of games for the BAFTA honour
The new Game Beyond Entertainment category will celebrate games that use the medium to inform, impact or engage in real world problems
Special cereomny held at BAFTA HQ on Saturday celebrates four young designers and industry mentors
Unity Technologies win the YGD Hero Award and the other finalists will be announced at a ceremony on July 8th.
Award presented to Romero for her "her illustrious career in game design, her advocacy for the art and creative process behind game-making, and her commitment to encouraging the next generation of talent in the industry."
Partnership with Develop celebrates the industry's best and brightest
PlayDead's indie title up for seven awards
Encouraging next generation of designers to get involved with the industry early
Three teams will compete for BAFTA award early next year as Dare To Be Digital 2016 draws to a close
50 10- to 18-year-olds in the running for Game Concept and Game Making awards, with Media Molecule set to receive YGD Hero accolade for efforts supporting young creators
Studio scores big prize with TV Sports Soccer, three commendations awarded to Thud Media
Creative Assembly senior games designer Catherine Woolley was named as one of BAFTA's Breakthrough Brits in 2015. Ahead of the closing of submissions for this year's awards on May 30th, she reflects on the importance of highlighting up-and-coming games talent in the UK