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Nominate the best QA and Localisation Service Provider for the Mobile Games Awards 2018

Nominate the best QA and Localisation Service Provider for the Mobile Games Awards 2018

Are you part of a QA and/or localisation service provider that has been supporting the year's big releases? Or have you worked with a company whose services have proven indispensable?

Then maybe you should consider nominating the company for the Mobile Games Awards 2018, taking place on January 23rd during Pocket Gamer Connects London, where we’ll be presenting an award for Best QA + Localisation Service Provider.

This accolade awards companies that have supported mobile games over the last year in the areas of quality assurance and localisation, ensuring that both new releases and updates go live with as few problems as possible and are localised appropriately for target markets.

You can nominate for this and other awards over at the Mobile Games Awards website. Just fill in the form for the award nomination and click send!

Lobbying ends on Tuesday, November 14th.

Best of the best

The Mobile Games Awards will recognise the sector’s key players over the last year, from the developers making great games to the publishers, tool makers and service providers that are helping to build a platform for success.

Most of the awards will be voted for by a panel industry judges, recognising the hard work of the teams and individuals that have shined over the last year.

But you need to make sure you nominate! (Which you can do so right here).

For more details on how to lobby for an award and information on all the award categories, check out our lobbying guide right here.

The awards ceremony will be hosted at the prestigious BAFTA building in 195 Piccadilly, London. To buy tickets, visit the official website here: www.mobilegamesawards.com.

For sponsorship details, please contact Steel Media CEO Chris James at chris@steelmedia.co.uk.


Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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