Entries for the 2018 BAFTA Scotland awards have opened.
The awards recognise, honour and reward outstanding work produced in Scotland, and by Scottish individuals working within the UK.
The award categories reflect the wealth and diversity of Scottish television, film and games.
In recent years, the games trophy has been won by:
- Stories Untold (NoCode) – 2017
- GlitchSpace (Space Budgie) – 2016
- Distant Star: Revenant Fleet (Blazing Griffin) – 2015
Entries are open to all developers and publishers of videogames in Scotland, from individuals and student teams, to professional development studios.
The criteria for entries is incredibly broad, allowing submissions covering all platforms, devices and game types. From triple-A to independent developers, from student teams to seasoned professionals, everyone can enter their games.
In order to qualify for entry, the game must have been publicly available between: 3 July 2017 & 1 July 2018
Entries for the games category are FREE. Developers do NOT have to be BAFTA members to enter the awards.
Entries are open until 17.00 on Monday 18 June.
The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 4 November in Glasgow.
A full set of rules and guidelines for all of the can be found here.
Entries can be submitted online via the BAFTA website.