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GamesIndustry.biz is looking for the 100 most influential people working in the UK games industry

And introducing the GamesIndustry.biz magazine

This March, GamesIndustry.biz will reveal the most influential people currently working within the UK games business.

It forms part of the new 'GamesIndustry 100' project, which will also look at other territories and sectors in the months and years to come.

We will reveal the UK 100 via our first ever magazine, which will be published and distributed to over 6,000 UK industry professionals beginning March 30th at EGX Rezzed and London Games Festival.

The GamesIndustry 100: UK Edition will take into account the entire UK games business - development, publishing, media, services, retail and education. We're not just looking for the obvious candidates either; we want to hear about unsung heroes and rising stars who are making an impact on your business and the industry as a whole. The list is not exclusively for British people, it is for anyone working within the UK industry, irrespective of their nationality or country of origin.

If you have a name, or names, of people you'd like to see considered for the 100, please email gamesindustry100@gamesindustry.biz with your suggestion. Please include their full name, their current employer (if applicable) and a sentence or two on why they should be considered. The deadline for nominations is the end of the day on Friday, January 13th.

These names will then be put forward to a judging panel of industry luminaries, who will be named alongside the list.

The GamesIndustry.biz magazine will reveal the final list, alongside interviews with the 100, exclusive UK market data and other high profile articles and opinion pieces from experienced industry commentators.

For more information on the GamesIndustry 100 and GamesIndustry.biz magazine, please contact christopher.dring@gamesindustry.biz. For sponsorship or advertising opportunities, contact Charlotte Nangle at charlotte.nangle@gamer-network.net.

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