A4T to serve as Table Gift partner for this year’s MCV Awards

Accessories 4 Technology has signed on as Table Gift partner for this year’s MCV Awards.

We here at A4T are delighted to be sponsoring the MCV Awards this year, and we really do hope that a good time will be had by all in attendance," commented Laura Unsworth, brand manager at A4T.

"We also hope that our little gift enforcing our licensing partnership with Warner Bros, in conjunction with Batman Arkham Knight, will come in useful when you all return to your consoles after the awards.”

The accessories specialist joins previously announced partners Click Entertainment, PDP, Green Man Gaming, Playwire,Respondez, OPM and Scanavo.

Up-and-coming comedian Romesh Ranganathan will be hosting this year’s proceedings, unveiling the winners and handing out prizes on Thursday April 16th at the Lancaster London Hotel.

There are more than 19 awards up for grabs this year, with three special awards going to outstanding individuals who will be recognised as Unsung Hero, Person of the Year and Store Manager of the Year.

These three industry-leading names will be chosen by the MCV team after soundings from the games business – send suggestions tomfrench@nbmedia.comto get your voice heard.

More than 71 companies are in the running for accolades this year; Warner, Ubisoft and Sony lead the pack with ten nominations each, while EA has nine, Nintendo has eight and Activision Blizzard has seven, with Xbox grabbing six.

To book your place at the awards, contact Jess Farnan atjfarnan@nbmedia.comor call her on 01992 535 646.

Gold tables at the MCV Awards cost 2,950, with a standard table of 10 priced at 2,750. A single seat costs 285.

To discuss sponsorship opportunities in more detail contact Alex Boucher ataboucher@nbmedia.comor call him on 01992 535 647.

For any other event enquiries please contact Debbie Opeyokun atdopeyokun@nbmedia.com.

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