Entries in 'MCV Pacific Awards' (28)
Long time operator of Bethesda's PR in Australia & New Zealand, Bec Waddy is the first announced recruit to join Bethesda's Australian office following its announcement last week.
Following on from our gallery of All Interactive Entertainment Red Carpet shots, we now present photos from the main event itself.
Well, the evening has come and gone, so now is the time to share some of the highlights with you through the new medium of photograph.
Last night saw the Australian and New Zealand industry gather in force to celebrate the first ever MCV Pacific Awards.
Tonight's the night, so to everyone who booked tickets - we'll see you frocked up and with your competitive faces on tonight!
With the MCV Pacific Awards just around the corner, MCV took the time to ask Ron Curry, CEO of the IGEA a few questions about industry nights.
The votes are almost all in from our industry judging panel now, and we're all preparing for an amazing night this Thursday.
Last call people - at 5pm today, we stop taking nominations for the MCV Awards and you can no longer book tickets to the event itself.
Today, MCV and Good Game are proud to announce that 2013 MCV Pacific Awards will be hosted by the dynamic duo of Bajo and Hex.
The nominations are almost drawn to a close for the MCV Pacific Awards, and ticket sales will be finalised by the end of this week.
Nominations have been pouring in, but the countdown is now on. There's just one week left to have your voice heard!
On 9th May this year, the industry will be gathering in Sydney for the MCV Pacific Awards, and you get to decide who's worthy.
Tickets are already over 40% gone, and support continues to grow for the biggest industry celebration of 2013.
The categories and selection process for the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards have been decided.
Intent Media is excited to announce the launch of the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards presented by the iGEA.
With a new year ahead of us, we take a quick re-cap of the inaugural MCV Pacific Awards from 2011.
For our final award for the year, we turn to the public front of our industry and ask which of the retailers this year have made the biggest difference.
For our second last award, we turn to the company which has been standout in sub-distribution and exclusive distribution.
Now we turn from the outlet to the individual journalist, celebrating the most diligent and considered journalist from our pool.
Today we honour the most respected and trusted media outlet in Australia or New Zealand for videogame reporting.
We now turn to the educational institution of the year to see which tertiary college or university is the most respected by the industry in 2011.
Now we turn to the publisher of the year to see which of the companies which bring the games to our shores is this year's winner.
Now, we take a look at what the industry says the most standout game developed in Australia or New Zealand was for this year.
The votes are in, and MCV Pacific is proud to present the local game developer who will be receiving our Developer of the Year award.