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PCGamesInsider.biz to unveil Top 50 PC Game Developers this summer - and we need your help

PCGamesInsider.biz to unveil Top 50 PC Game Developers this summer - and we need your help

This summer, PCGamesInsider.biz is going to be naming the Top 50 PC Game Developers in the industry right now. 

In August, we will be revealing who we and the industry believe are the most important, influential and successful companies working in our segment of the industry over the last 12 months. 

There has never been a more interesting time in the games market and the PC sector is no different. With changing business models, means of accessing content as well as new game types from every corner of the industry, the PC market is more dynamic and interesting than ever before - and we need your help to pick the most interesting companies from the most interesting part of the industry!

We want you to nominate the developers and publishers who are having the biggest impact on the market at the moment. After that, we'll consult the names put forward, and rank them based on:

  • Critical success
  • Commercial success
  • Influence
  • Achievements
  • How their last 12 months have been
  • Contribution to the industry

To have your say, simply email Alex Calvin at [email protected] with the company or companies you want to put forward, along with a short justification as to why you think they should make the cut.

You have until July 12th to have your say.

This is the first Top 50 list that PCGamesInsider.biz has set out to do, but it follows our partner site PocketGamer.biz ranking the biggest and most important companies in the mobile games sector for the last nine years.


Editor - PC Games Insider

Alex Calvin launched PCGamesInsider.biz in August 2017 and has been its editor since. Prior to this, he was deputy editor at UK based games trade paper MCV and content editor for marketing and events for London Games Festival 2017. His work has also appeared in Eurogamer, The Observer, Kotaku UK, Esquire UK and Develop.

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