Develop's publisher and Australian trade body debut nation's first ever games industry awards

Intent partners with iGEA for MCV Pacific Awards 2013

Develop’s publisher Intendt Media is excited to announce the launch of the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards presented by the iGEA.

“We are proud to be partnering with MCV on their inaugural Awards Show this year," said Ron Curry, CEO of the iGEA. "It is the perfect opportunity to bring our Members and the wider industry together to celebrate our success and achievements in what is sure to be a fantastic night.”

The iGEA is an industry association representing Australian and New Zealand companies across video game industry.

The Awards, open to both Australia and New Zealand, will focus on retail, distribution, trade, publishing, PR and marketing. (Development will be honoured in a separate initiative to be announced)

Joel Van Daal, MCV Pacific’s Commercial Manager stated: "The retail and trade sector of the videogames industry deserves the kind of recognition the MCV Pacific Awards aims to provide."

"We are very excited that the iGEA has partnered with us, and look forward to presenting the largest event of its kind in the country. This partnership is something we look forward to continuing with in the long term."

The awards will take place in the evening of Thursday May 9th, 2013 at Sydney’s premier venue – The Ivy. The festivities will kick off with a red carpet entryway leading to the prestigious Ivy Ball Room with an official after party to continue upstairs at the iconic Ivy Pool Bar allowing attendees to let their hair down after the black tie event.

Tickets for the event will cost AUD$250 per seat or AUD$2250 for a table for ten, excluding GST.

iGEA members will receive discounted ticket pricing, (AUD$225 + GST per seat or AUD$2,000 + GST for a table of ten) and will also receive priority seating.

To book your tickets or for any other required information, please contact Joel Van Daal at MCV Pacific, contact details below.


Phone: +61 (0) 410 651 183

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