8th October 2009 Future UK & Boom! are pleased to announce that the accreditation process for media wishing to attend the 27th Golden Joystick Awards is now open. The 2009 awards are already the most successful in its rich history with a record breaking 970,000 votes so far having been cast by gamers in a celebration of the years best video games.
The deadline for accreditation applications is 23 October 2009.
Media wishing to attend should email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details;
Number of passes required
Type of organisation (print/ broadcast/ website/ blog)
Specific requirements/ spokespeople requests
The ceremony will be hosted by British Comedy Award and Time Out Comedy Award winner, Sean Lock and takes place at the Park Lane Hilton, London on 30th October 2009. Accredited media will be sent full event schedule by return
The Golden Joysticks are the games industrys most-loved awards. Featuring 15 gamer-voted categories, the event is the worlds longest-running video games awards, first held back in 1982. Votes cast now at www.goldenjoystick.com will directly decide who scoops a prestigious Golden Joystick when the winners are announced in London on Friday, 30th October.
For more information about the Golden Joystick Awards & accreditation please contact Justin Crosby on 0207 100 3999 email@example.com
For more information about Future UK please contact Will Guyatt 01225 822517
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