Gamers will sing the praises of top talent at the home of the London Symphony Orchestra.
LSO St Luke’s in London will play host to the TIGA Games Industry Awards 2015.
The Independent Games Developers Association (TIGA) serves developers, digital publishers, service providers and education providers.
The awards give start-up games and established studios the chance to celebrate their achievements within the gaming industry.
Previous winners of the awards include 4j Studios – Minecraft Console Edition for the Game of the year 2014, Five Pixels – Seek for student game of the year and SIDE for best audio supplier.
The next event, for 220 people, will take place on 12 November in LSO St Luke’s Jerwood Hall. The venue features original architecture alongside contemporary features, including soundproof windows.
Dr Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO, said: “The TIGA Games Industry Awards recognise excellence in games development, business and education. The Awards also celebrate the achievements of both small and large games development studios. This year has seen the TIGA Games Industry Awards go from strength to strength with a sold out awards ceremony and a fantastic 30,000 votes cast for Game Of The Year as well as a record number of entries into overall categories.
“TIGA is looking forward to celebrating the games industry’s successes at the beautiful Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s which will be the perfect backdrop to recognise the fantastic achievements of our innovative and creative industry.”
LSO St Luke’s Event Coordinator, Victoria Moran,says: “We are thrilled to have been chosen to host the TIGA Games Industry awards for the first time and we look forward to showcasing what LSO St Luke’s has to offer to help celebrate such an exciting event.”