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In Pictures: The Gamesindustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards 2018

Check out the winners from last Friday's ceremony

Over 100 people attended the Gamesindustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards 2018 last Friday.

Taking place at the Ham Yard Hotel in London, a host of British studios attended the ceremony, including Creative Assembly, Rocksteady, Unity, Frontier, Criterion, Playground Games, PlayStation London and more.

The awards were created to identify excellence in games industry employment, and to help improve the UK scene's working conditions. They were presented by Amiqus, and sponsored by Playground Games.

To check out all the winners, click here.

Official photos from the event are now live on the Gamesindustry.bizFacebook page, or you can check out our selection here. All photos are courtesy of Debbie Rowe Photography.

Small company champions ustwo games

Small company champions ustwo games

The UK games industry's best boss Veronique Lallier

The UK games industry's best boss Veronique Lallier

G into Gaming winner Tamsin O'Luanaigh (left) and GIG founder Liz Prince (right)

G into Gaming winner Tamsin O'Luanaigh (left) and GIG founder Liz Prince (right)

Forza Horizon creators Playground Games

Forza Horizon creators Playground Games

The team from Space Ape Games

The team from Space Ape Games

Champions of diversity, Mojiworks

Champions of diversity, Mojiworks

Rocksteady accepting its Health and Wellbeing prize

Rocksteady accepting its Health and Wellbeing prize

The winners of the mid-sized studio award: Criterion

The winners of the mid-sized studio award: Criterion

The awards begin

The awards begin

CSR winners: Jagex

CSR winners: Jagex

Rocksteady at the after party

Rocksteady at the after party

Winners enjoying their post-awards drinks

Winners enjoying their post-awards drinks

Our venue for the day, London's Ham Yard Hotel

Our venue for the day, London's Ham Yard Hotel

The UK's No.1 large studio: Creative Assembly

The UK's No.1 large studio: Creative Assembly

More from the after drinks

More from the after drinks

... and even more

... and even more

Your hosts for the afternoon

Your hosts for the afternoon

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