It’s your final chance to nominate your champions for September’s IRL awards!

We’re about to close the nominations for the IRL awards. So if you know anyone who is deserving of a little indiustry recognition, particulary for efforts made over the last 18 months or so, then let us know now!

Deadline for nominations is 1pm on August 13th – sorry, no extensions.

We have a bunch of awards to give away, with more details available on the IRL website, but here’s just a sample of the people we hope to celebrate in September.

Accessibility Hero – Supported by PTW: Our games and our industry must continue to endeavour to provide access to all, whether that’s via a game’s UI, or building a more accessible office space. Tell us who led your efforts in these areas.

Diversity Champions– Supported by Keywords Studios: The games industry needs to be more diverse, to better reflect the broad demographics of its players. Tell us about your company’s diversity champion, someone who is working to improve the demographics or opportunities of minorities working in, or looking to work in, the industry.

CSR Initiatives – Supported by Keywords Studios: What has your company done to make the world a better place? (Apart from making great games!). Tell us about your initiatives in this area and the people who championed them.

There’s plenty of other categories too, including Community Visionaries, Lockdown Heroes and New Impacts, so head over to the IRL website to make your nominations today. 

And while you’re over there, why not pick up your tickets for the event? Plenty of people from across the industry have already got theirs, so what are you waiting for?

And as ever, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us, we’ll be happy to help.

About Chris Wallace

Chris is a freelancer writer and was MCV/DEVELOP's staff writer from November 2019 until May 2022. He joined the team after graduating from Cardiff University with a Master's degree in Magazine Journalism. He can be found on Twitter at @wallacec42, where he mostly explores his obsession with the Life is Strange series, for which he refuses to apologise.

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