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For Immediate Release

Brighton, England, 20th January 2010. GamesIndustry.biz, the trade arm of the Eurogamer Network, is excited to announce that it has completed the next step in its evolution toward greater support for the videogames business with the implementation of a full registration system. Readers are invited to register with the site to read the market-leading content and take advantage of the extensive range of networking functions on offer.

Registration is FREE

Everybody working in any part of the business value chain is welcome to join thousands of others in the GamesIndustry.biz Network free of charge. It's a one-off process that takes less than a minute to complete and provides instant access to all the great content on GamesIndustry.biz.

Members can also access event support tools, including event schedules and meeting planners, and make new contacts from over 10,000 people working as part of the global industry value chain, including the most influential and powerful videogames executives and developers.

The next step in the evolution of a trade website

By implementing a system of registration it will be possible to gain a stronger knowledge of the readership and ensure they receive dynamic and tailored content, offering ever-greater support for all areas of the business.

"This is undoubtedly one of the most exciting developments for GamesIndustry.biz since the site launched in 2002. Since this week's launch the sign-up rate and the caliber of those choosing to be a part of our network has been phenomenal" explained Managing Editor Phil Elliott.

"By welcoming all of our industry readers into the community we are able to represent and support the industry even more effectively - and the more people that are inside a network, the more useful it is for everybody."

Rupert Loman, Managing Director for Eurogamer Network, the company which publishes GamesIndustry.biz as well as the hugely successful consumer portal Eurogamer.net, added: "The early results have been incredible – we’ve always known GamesIndustry.biz has been primarily for the trade but now it is undeniable. We’re reaching the games industry every day at all levels and we can prove it – something no other publication can claim."

Readers can sign up for a full network, freelance or student account now to start taking advantage of all of the benefits membership to the GamesIndustry.biz can offer.

More information on the sign-up process is available on GamesIndustry.biz: http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/registration-faq-article

For advertising enquiries please contact Chris Buckley via chris@gamesindustry.biz

For more information on GamesIndustry.biz, the registration system or editorial matters please contact Phil Elliott via phil@gamesindustry.biz

About Eurogamer Network:

Founded in 1999 by brothers Rupert and Nick Loman, Brighton-based Eurogamer Network is the publisher of Europe’s most popular independent videogames website, Eurogamer.net. The company also publishes a video site, Eurogamer TV, and a social network for gamers, Eurogamers. Eurogamer is available in ten languages across Europe. The company also operates live events such as the Eurogamer Expo and the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair, and publishes the world's market-leading industry resource, GamesIndustry.biz.

More: www.eurogamer.biz

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