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MCV Jobs Weekly: Dead Good bolsters international PR team

Milewski joins from Techland, Future’s Daniella Lucas joins OXM and Fandom adds Sam Loveridge as UK gaming editor. Dead Good Media strengthens its international PR team UK PR and creative agency Dead Good Media has expanded its international PR team with the appointment of Paul Milewski as media consultant. Previously international PR and marketing manager …

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MCV’s Review of the Year – Part 3: Events of 2016

Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year. Big themes in 2016 included the fallout of Brexit (or lack of), the rise of eSports as a commercial force to be reckoned with, the tarnishing of a few reputations on YouTube, and much, much more. Hope …

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Future’s purchase of Imagine is going ahead

The proposed acquisition of Imagine Publishing by Future has been given the green light. The Competition and Markets Authority has given the deal the go-ahead after wanting to take a closer look at its implications. Central to this investigation was a concern that the science fiction magazine market would take …

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Sci-fi worries threaten Future’s Imagine acquisition

The proposed acquisition of Imagine at the hands of Future has hit a stumbling block. The Competition and Markets Authority has found that the 14.2m deal, which was revealed in June, could damage the science fiction magazine market, as titles from other publishers offer only a limited competition constraint” to …

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Green Man Gaming offers up three games for £1 to Golden Joysticks voters

Retailer Green Man Gaming is offering up three PC games for 1 as part of a promotion with this year’s Golden Joystick Awards. By voting on this year’s awards event – which takes place on November 18th – players can claim Specs Ops: The Line, Sid Meier’s Pirates and a …

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Gamers will be able to come to this year’s Golden Joysticks

The 34th edition of the Golden Joystick Awards will be open to the public for the first time ever. Starting today, balcony tickets are being sold to attend the ceremony, which is once again taking place at the Indig02 at London’s O2 Arena on November 18th. The tickets cost 10 …

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