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The photo booth is back for the MCV Awards 2019, in association with Frontier Developments

There’s just six weeks to go until the 17th MCV Awards ceremony and we’re excited to announce that Frontier will be sponsoring our photo booth on the night. Always a popular part of the awards, the photo booth will help cement a great team night out in your memories.

Frontier needs little introduction of course, and this year the self-publishing developer is celebrating an impressive 25th year in the industry. Current titles include Elite Dangerous, Planet Coaster and Jurassic World: Evolution, which combined to generate record annual profits announced last week. All of its titles are developed out of its headquarters in Cambridge, where we caught up with the leadership team last year.

Marketing director, Stewart Stanbury commented: “Frontier is pleased to support the 2019 MCV Awards and to play a part in celebrating the heroes of games publishing here in the UK. Building those publishing teams in our own studio has been a huge part of Frontier’s evolution into an independent publisher/developer over the last five years so we’re especially proud to be a part of the night. We can’t wait to see some of the fantastic pictures coming from the photo booth this year!”

You can head to the MCV Awards website now to see our 2019 finalists.

This year’s awards event will follow last year’s hugely successful template to make it a more interactive and social event. Head to the MCV Awards 2019 website for table bookings and contact our new sales manager Alex Boucher for sponsorship opportunities.

About Seth Barton

Seth Barton is the editor of MCV – which covers every aspect of the industry: development, publishing, marketing and much more. Before that Seth toiled in games retail at Electronics Boutique, studied film at university, published console and PC games for the BBC, and spent many years working in tech journalism. Living in South East London, he divides his little free time between board games, video games, beer and family. You can find him tweeting @sethbarton1.

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