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The nominations for the respected Develop Industry Excellence Awards for 2008 were announced recently, and The Audio Guys are very pleased to find that we are nominated!

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In fact, TAG must be mixing with the right people, as a number of our partners have been nominated!

First of all, we are very happy that The Audio Guys are nominated under the “Creative Outsourcing” category.

We are also delighted to see that Sega Superstars Tennis (developed by Sumo Digital) has been nominated in the “Audio Accomplishment” category.

We should definitely mention that the excellent music for Sega Superstars Tennis must be a big factor for its nomination – provided by Richard Jacques Studios and also nominated under the “Creative Outsourcing” category.

However, as well as these main nominations, congratulations to Triumph, as Overlord is nominated under “Best New IP” category.

Also happy to see that Eutechnyx have been nominated under “Best Use of a License” for Ferrari Challenge.

Finally, it’s good to see that our colleagues at Codemasters, Sega and Natural Motion, are also nominated for various awards.

The Develop Awards take place as part of the Develop Conference, a games industry conference, happening 29th – 31st July, at the Brighton Metropole Hotel. For more info, please go here…

We wish everyone the best of luck, and are looking forward to meeting up with some industry friends and colleagues, at the conference.

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