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Bafta Video Game Awards – Who Gets Your Vote?

The gaming industry is gearing up for one of the biggest nights of the year, as the Bafta Video Game Awards take place this Friday.

After such a big year for games, with some truly remarkable titles being released, the judges have their work cut out to decide the winners.

But there is one category where gamers make the decision – the Bafta GAME Award. Voted for by the public, the GAME Award is one of the biggest awards of the night.

“The BAFTA GAME Award is an award we are really proud of as it gives our customers the chance to get their opinion heard. And with just days to go, we want every single gamer out there to get their vote in,” said Anna-Marie Mason, marketing director at GAME.

Strong shortlist this year

There are ten titles on the shortlist for voters to choose from, each one of them a great game that we wouldn’t be disappointed to see win.

Anyone can vote for the award, but voting closes tomorrow at 5pm, so any gamers out there that haven’t had their say are being urged to log on a vote.

You can vote for your favourite title at Last year it was Call of Duty: Black Ops that took home the people’s choice award, and the latest COD has made the shortlist this year.

Who gets your vote?

The rest of the shortlist is a who’s who of great games. As well as MW3, there is Battlefield 3, Uncharted 3, LA Noire and Minecraft to name but a few.

“We’ve been delighted with the voting numbers so far and it shows what a passionate group of people gamers are,” added Ms Mason.

“However, we want even more people to get behind their favourite game so that on March 16, the nation’s favourite game not only has the accolade of being a Bafta GAME Award winner, but is also one that was chosen by a record number of public votes.”