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The site has a significant and qualified global audience, with over 130,000 registered users spanning every part of the industry, from design, development, publishing, marketing, distribution or retail all the way through to media, freelance and students.

Leading news content, with opinion-forming industry interviews and analysis, are added daily, while the site boasts one of the largest recruitment databases for video games-related roles, and a comprehensive guide to the events that span the games business.

Additionally the site delivers daily newsletters to a massive and growing industry audience, and regularly features key figures offering their opinions on the topics of the day, often feeding back on our stories and features.

In addition, GamesIndustry.biz operates the Best Places To Work Awards, the Career Fair at EGX and EGX Rezzed, four industry parties a year, the UK's biggest investment summit, the GamesIndustry 100 and the GamesIndustry.biz Magazine.

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