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Three weeks left to lobby for the Games Media Awards 2013

Lobbying for this year’s Games Media Awards is well underway, with journalists, broadcasters, PRs, readers and viewers nominating their favourite writers for one of the sector’s top accolades. But there is still time to ensure that your voice is heard – you have until Friday July 26th to email gma@intentmedia.co.uk …

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Last chance to lobby for Develop Awards

Industry professionals have until 5pm GMT today to recommend a nomination for the 2013 Develop Industry Excellence Awards. UK and European game developers, tech companies and services firms wishing to put their work in the last 12 months forward for consideration should check out our detailedlobbying guide here. But be …

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GameStop lobbying platform holders over pre-owned block rumours

Global games retailer GameStop has been lobbying platform holder Microsoft to try and persuade it to abandon its rumoured plans to block pre-owned software on the Next Xbox. "Sony has said publicly that they don’t intend to block used games on their next console. Microsoft has not commented on the …

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MCV Awards: Lobbying guide

With eight new prizes at the MCV Awards next year, we’ve made some significant changes to the accolades up for grabs. But the process of making sure you are considered as finalist hasn’t changed one bit. This is the simplest awards lobbying process you will find. It’s totally free, anyone …

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GMA 2012: Judgement Day

Lobbying for this year’s Games Media Awards has now closed, with hundreds of individuals from across the games press – and broader industry – nominating the UK’s writers, mags, websites and more for one of the sector’s top accolades. Now it’s in the hands of the judges. As ever, the …

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MCV Awards: Last chance to lobby

Five hours. That’s all you have left to nominate for this year’s MCV Industry Excellence Awards. This is your last chance tohighlight the work done by your colleagues, suppliers, customers, or even a rival, for their biggest achievements of the past year. And don’t forget to vote for your own …

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