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Friday 16 March
Watch the night unfold in pictures with Video Games presenters and winners at the podium.
The girl group open the show with a live performance of three of their hits.
Among the songs they performed was latest hit, All Fired Up.
The comedian and TV presenter warms the crowd up with his humerous take on some of the nominated games.
Charlie Higson and Jane Goldman announce the winners of the Story category.
Josh Weier from Valve collects the first prize of the night.
Radio 1 DJ and TV presenter Greg James announces the winner for Original Music.
Composers Andrew Hale and Simon Hale accept the BAFTA for their jazz-infused score.
BBC sports presenter Suzi Perry reveals the Audio Achievement winner.
Colin Blackwood from Electronic Arts accepts the BAFTA for Audio Achievement.
Former EastEnders star and Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare actor Craig Fairbrass reveals the winner for Design.
Josh Weier from the development team at Valve accepts the game's second award of the night.
Supersonic Software founder Pete Williamson and actor Warren Brown announce the winners of the Game Innovation BAFTA.
Mark Healey, David Smith and Pete Smith accept the BAFTA for Game Innovation.
Mad Men star and L.A. Noire actor Aaron Staton reveals the Strategy winners.
Kevin McDowell, Scott Pitkethly and Alan Blair with their Strategy BAFTA for Total War: Shogun 2.
Siva, frontman from The Wanted, announces the winner of the Mobile & Handheld category.
The winning team behind Peggle HD make their acceptance speech.
Ortis Deley and GAME's Lisa Morgan reveal who the public voted their favourite game of 2011.
Colin Blackwood and Kevin Flynn from Electronic Arts are thrilled to have won the public's approval as well as that of the Academy's (Online - Multiplayer and Audio Achievement).
Sky Sports News presenter Charlotte Jackson and Rebellion Developments' Chris Kingsley reveal the winner in the Action category.
Some of the winning team behind Batman: Arkham City, the game's first award of the night.
Hollyoaks co-stars Jess Fox and Ashley Margolis announce the student winners of the BAFTA Ones To Watch award in association with Dare To Be Digital.
the winning team Swallowtail, aka Sophie George, Kristian Francis, Rosemary Ball, Mark Bamford and Calum Goold.
The Pickford brothers present the award for Online Browser.
The winning team from Bossa Studios and their award for Facebook game Monstermind.
Ashley Walters, recently seen in TV's Top Boy and Inside Men, presents the BAFTA for Artistic Achievement
One of the winning team behind Rayman Origins, Christophe Villez.
Ian Livingstone OBE, co-founder of Games Workshop, presents the BAFTA Special Award.
Markus Persson receives the BAFTA Special Award in recognition of his phenomenal achievement with block-building game Minecraft.
Miles Jacobson of Sports Interactive presents the BAFTA for Sports/Fitness.
Scott Henson, Craig Duncan and Lee Schuneman celebrate winning the BAFTA in the Sports/Fitness category.
Founder of NCsoft Europe, Geoff Heath, presents the award for Online - Multiplayer.
Kevin Flynn of Electronic Arts picks up a second BAFTA for Battlefield 3.
TV Presenter Alex Zane accepts the BAFTA for Debut Game on behalf of the winning team behind Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.
Comedian and DJ Adam Buxton and Philip Oliver (co-founder of Blitz Games Studios) present the BAFTA for Family.
The BAFTA for Best Family Game is picked up by Mark Healey, Savid Smith and Pete Smith.
The Saturdays (minus Una Healy) present the BAFTA for Performer.
Sefton Hill and Paul Crocker pick up the Performer BAFTA on behalf of Mark Hamill, who won for his performance as The Joker in Batman: Arkham City.
TV presenter and gamer Jonathan Ross presents the BAFTA for Best Game
Josh Weier of Valve accepts the coveted Best Game BAFTA for Portal 2.
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