From next week GamesIndustry.biz will move to a system of full registration for anybody wishing to read its content, as the leading trade website continues its evolution towards an ever-greater support for the videogames business.
Registration is free, take about a minute to process and is available to all - but anybody working in the games industry will be able to become part of the established and growing GamesIndustry.biz Network, with added benefits including contact lists, comments privileges and event support.
"We're really appreciative of all the support we've received from the videogames industry in the past couple of years, and we're really excited to be taking the next step on our journey as we look to become the most influential and crucial site for people working in the business today," said Phil Elliott, managing editor of GamesIndustry.biz.
"While we have a reasonable idea of who our audience is, based on feedback we get every day, we don't feel that's enough to ensure that we're providing the best service we possibly can.
"By moving to a system of free and simple registration we'll be able to make sure we understand our audience better than ever, and be in a better position to support the industry on an ongoing basis."
Existing members of the GamesIndustry.biz Network will be unaffected by the changes, and all current log-in details will work post-registration.
More information on the registration process, as well as an FAQ on how it will work, is available now.