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Livingstone and Miller become GamesAid trustees

Eidos life president and Indigo Pearl co-founder join UK games industry charity

Eidos life president Ian Livingstone OBE and Indigo Pearl co-founder Caroline Miller have been appointed as trustees of UK games industry charity GamesAid.

The position will be added to the long list of Livingstone's other responsibilities, which include non-executive director of ELSPA, chair of Skillset’s Computer Games Skills Council, vice chair of the BAFTA Games Committee and an advisor to the British Council.

Miller is the co-founder of long-standing games PR company Indigo Pearl and has previously held senior positions at Virgin Interactive and Crave Entertainment.

They join current trustees including vice chair Sarah Seaby, Sports Interactive's Miles Jacobson and Eurogamer Network MD Rupert Loman.

"GamesAid is a great, quantifiable success story of the games industry, something which everybody can take great pride in when seeing the money raised put to such good use. I’m delighted and honoured to become a trustee," said Livingstone.

"It’s a real honour to be invited to work with GamesAid in this way. I have complete admiration for all that the charity has achieved," added Miller.

The charity's most recent initiative has been a compilation for the PlayStation 3 including games donated by Square Enix, Sega and Codemasters.