Data has now been removed but was still live earlier this year, despite show organisers being alerted last September
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James Batchelor, UK Editor
James Batchelor has been a journalist in the games industry since 2006, and joined GamesIndustry in 2016. He previously served as editor of Develop and deputy editor of MCV, and has managed industry events such as The Develop Awards and Interface conference.
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