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Women in Games is pleased to announce the first edition of the Women in Games Mobile Awards which will showcase some of the best, published mobile games created by teams with women developers in Europe. This new competition is endorsed by the IMGA (International Mobile Gaming Awards), the longest standing mobile games award program.
The Grand Prix award will go to the best mobile game made by a team including women developers or a team led by a woman. The Leadership Award will recognize the exceptional quality of the work of a mobile game developer, as defined by a jury, specifically selected for this contest. The awards show will be held during the European Women in Games Conference in London on September 6th.

Eligibility and rules
– Studios, developers and publishers must be based in one of the following countries: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia (FYROM), Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom (UK), Vatican City
– A game can be entered by anyone: individuals, indie developers, companies, researchers, students and non-registered entities, public or private.
– Submitted mobile games must be published on Android or iOS, released after May 2016.
– Unpublished games are not accepted in the competition.
– Team must be led by a woman or have a majority (>50%) of women developers. Credits to game will have been published.
– Team will need to agree to IMGA/ press interviews and publicity.
– Representative from finalists are expected to attend the Awards Ceremony in London on 6 September.
– A third party may nominate game, provided eligibility criteria are met.

Every developer who submits a game sends their participation to mobileawards AT womeningames DOT org by end Thursday 24th August

Participants must include the following information when entering a game:
– Name of the game
– List of game credits
– Link to the game platform
– Gameplay video link
– Promocodes (if the game is not free)
– Answer to the question: Why do you think you should win the WIGJ Grand Prix? And/ or Why do you think you should win the WIGJ Leadership award?

Jury and judging process
The jury consists of 10 experts – artists, producers, journalists, team leads, and other experts with many years of experience – selected by WIGJ and IMGA who will also be invited to the European Women in Games Conference in London.

Sponsors will be sought by both WIGJ and IMGA to bring additional credibility to the awards and to help defray the costs of hosting of the European Women in Games Conference as well to meet the objectives of Women in Games WIGJ. Sponsorship may also take the form of additional prizes to the winning or shortlisted teams. Interested sponsors should contact david.smith AT womeningames DOT org