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Opinion// What is Wrong with Video Game Awards

Magnetic Billiards indie developer Ste Pickford wonders why video games awards such as the BAFTAs do not support creativity and innovation.

Perhaps the talented and creative indies are overlooked because they don't bother submitting their games?

For those of you that don't know how it works, BAFTA judges aren't tasked with seeking out interesting video games to bestow awards upon.

Games have to be submitted to BAFTA by the developer or publisher, for a fee of around £475 (which includes a £225 registration fee if it's your first time).

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