Nominees, presenters and other attendees confirmed to attend tomorrow’s British Academy Games Awards.
Riva Taylor, Dynamo, Georgia May Foote and David Arnold join industry legends Tim Schafer, Martin Hollis and Ian Livingstone
Film, television and music stars line up alongside world’s leading games talent for annual BAFTA ceremony
London, 11 March 2015: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has today confirmed a number of nominees, presenters and other attendees at tomorrow’s British Academy Games Awards.
The Grade 1 listed Tobacco Dock, London, will be lit up by stars from across the spectrum of popular entertainment and the gaming industry to celebrate the very best games of the past 12 months and highlighting an outstanding level of creative excellence from a broad range of UK and international development teams.
The British Academy Games Awards, hosted by actor Rufus Hound, will be streamed live at www.twitch.tv/bafta from 17.30, featuring pre-show interviews on the red carpet and the ceremony itself from 19.00.
British music sensation Riva Taylor will open the Awards with an original song composed especially for this year’s ceremony. Taylor will also present an award, as will Coronation Street star Georgia May Foote, comedian Rob Beckett, singer-songwriter Dan Croll, actress and model Alix Wilton Regan, presenter Andy Akinwolere and more to be confirmed.
Industry luminaries confirmed to attend include Tim Schafer, co-designer of The Secret of Monkey Island, Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, and Martin Hollis, the game designer behind the console hit of the 90s, GoldenEye 007.
Confirmed attendees to date include:
- Rufus Hound
- Riva Taylor
- Georgia May Foote
- Maimie McCoy
- David Arnold
- Linford Christie
- Rob Beckett
- Andrea Deck
- Dan Croll
- Katy Hill
- Alix Wilton Regan
- Andy Akinwolere
- Alex Brooker
- Dan Middleton
- Tim Schafer
- Jo Twist
- Ian Livingstone
- Martin Hollis
- Mike Bithell
- Chet Faliszek
- David Braben
- Vince Zampella
- Harold Ryan
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