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BAFTA Games Question Time
Monday, 2 July 2012 from 18:15 to 20:00 (BST)
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Sheffield Hallam University and Games Britannia are proud to host the British Academy of Film, Television and Arts for a very special BAFTA Games Question Time.
This is your chance to ask a stellar panel of renowned luminaries and experts about creating games, the business of games, and any issues affecting the rapidly-evolving videogame industry.
Don't miss this brilliant opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the most influential and creative people in the games industry today.
The panel consists of:
Charles Cecil MBE (@charlescecil - Creator of the Broken Sword series of adventures, Designer of the BBC Dr Who Adventure Games and founder of Revolution Software)
Maria Stukoff (@stukiii - Academic Partnership Manager for SONY Computer Entertainment Europe)
Andy Payne OBE (@percyblakeney63 - Managing Director of Mastertronic, UKIE Chairman, Just Flight, The Producers, BAFTA, Just Trains, Get Games, GamesAid and AppyNation).
Sean Millard (@SumoDigitalLtd - Creative Director at Sheffield's SUMO Digital - one of the UK's largest independent videogame development studios).
Future Publishing's Joel Gregory will be chair this event (@J0EL_G Deputy Editor of Official PlayStation Magazine UK)
The Pennine Theatre, City Centre Campus, Sheffield Hallam University.
Tickets for this event are FREE.
Parking is provided FREE in the Science Park car park, find it on page 2 of this map, location 16 on the key:
We are very grateful to our friends at Sheffield Hallam University for the use of their facilities for this prestigious event.
Official Media Partner - Future Publishing Limited
Future’s games portfolio reaches over 2 million people in the UK every month through print, tablet magazine purchases and web traffic. Comprising multi-media brands such as CVG, Games Radar, Official Playstation Magazine, Edge and PC Gamer, they are the only games media owner with reach across print, online, tablets, covermounted discs, on-console editions and events.
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