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MeetToMatch opens for Quo Vadis 2017 bookings

Online meeting platform MeetToMatch is now able to schedule meetings for next month’s German games conference Quo Vadis 2017. Companies in attendance include Crytek, Gameforge, GREE, InnoGames, London Venture partners, Microsoft, Nintendo, RTL Interactive, Sproing, Ubisoft and Wargaming. The MeetToMatch system allows visitors to schedule face-to-face meetings and automate their …

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MCV Jobs Weekly: Three senior promotions at Sega Europe

Downing, Tafler and Oliver all step up at Sega Europe and Dan Sheridan joins nDreams. Three senior promotions at Sega The European arm of Sega has made three senior promotions to its marketing and brand teams. Anna Downing (pictured right) has been named as Sega Europe’s new marketing director, Rowan …

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MCV Awards 2017: In pictures

Pictures from last night’s 2017 MCV Awards arenow available to view online. Whether you were unable to attend or simply want a reminder of how last night went, a full album of images are now online. We’ve included a few pictures below, and there is a full album onFacebook which …

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MCV Jobs Weekly: Ukie names new head of public affairs

Tim Scott joins from London First, Games London gains Calvin and Thursten departs Future Publishing. Ukie appoints new head of public affairs Tim Scott has been revealed as the new head of public affairs at video games trade body Ukie. Part of Scott’s role will see him work with figures in …

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MCV Awards 2017: All the winners

PlayStation UK, GAME, Bethesda and PR firm Indigo Pearl were the big winners of this year’s MCV Awards, with PlayStation UK taking the highest number of prizes. Not only did the platform holder win best Digital Marketing Team, Game Campaign for Uncharted 4 and Trade and Marketing Team, but PlayStation …

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Games London announced as Red Carpet sponsor for the MCV Awards 2017

The MCV Awards is taking place tonight at The Brewery in London to celebrate the best in the UK games industry, and we’re happy to announce that Games London will be sponsoring the event as the exclusive Red Carpet partner. Games London’s head of games Michael French commented: "We’re proud …

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Levelling up: China as a destination for UK games

Neil Semple, head of creative content at the Department for International Trade, talks up China as a huge potential market for UK-made games. The UK boasts one of the most vibrant and dynamic gaming industries globally. But in terms of sheer size, there is no market like China. Home to …

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Mobile and video drive digital advertising in 2017

Joe Phelan of Generation Media talks about the latest trends in games advertising – where video and mobile increasingly rule the roost. The digital media market is still in its relative infancy and advertisers must stay ahead of the curve rather than chase the pack when it comes to reaching …

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Celebrate International Women’s Day by nominating video games’ brightest for Women in Games 2017

It’s not too late to get your nominations in for the Women in Games 2017 awards, which take place in May. There are seven categories in this year’s awards, with nominations closing on March 10th. The New Development Talent Award recognises exceptional new talent in games development and design, and …

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MCV Jobs Weekly: Koei Tecmo UK appoints new general manager

Koei Tecmo also hires digital content creator and social media manager, while Bandai Namco bolsters its marketing and PR teams. Three new hires at Koei Tecmo Yusuke Okada (pictured, right) has been appointed as the new general manager for Koei Tecmo Europe. He joins from the publisher’s Tokyo headquarters, where …

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