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British Academy Games Awards

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British Academy Games Awards

British Academy Games Awards
11th British Academy Games Awards
Awarded for Outstanding creative achievement in games[1]
Country United Kingdom
First awarded 2004
Official website

The British Academy Games Awards are an annual British awards ceremony honoring "outstanding creative achievement" in the video game industry.[1] First presented in 2004 following the restructuring of the BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards, the awards are presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), and are thus commonly referred to as the BAFTA Games Awards.

Since the inaugural BAFTA Games Awards in 2004, eleven ceremonies have taken place. The most recent, the 11th British Academy Games Awards, was held on 12 March 2015 at Tobacco Dock in London, hosted by comedian Rufus Hound.


  • Ceremonies and Winners 1
    • 2002/3 1.1
    • 2003/4 1.2
    • 2005/6 1.3
    • 2006/7 1.4
    • 2007/8 1.5
    • 2009 1.6
    • 2010 1.7
    • 2011 1.8
    • 2012 1.9
    • 2013 1.10
    • 2014 1.11
    • 2015 1.12
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Ceremonies and Winners


The 2002/3 ceremony took place on February 2004.[2]


The 2003/4 ceremony took place on 1 March 2005.[3]


The 2005/6 ceremony took place at The Roundhouse on 5 October 2006 and was hosted by Vernon Kay.[4]


The 2006/7 ceremony took place at Battersea Evolution on 23 October 2007 and was hosted by Vic Reeves.[5]


The 2007/8 ceremony took place at London Hilton on 10 March 2009 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[6]


The 2009 ceremony took place at London Hilton 19 March 2010 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[7]


The 2010 ceremony took place at London Hilton on 16 March 2011 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[8]


The 2011 ceremony took place at London Hilton on 16 March 2012 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[9]


The 2012 ceremony took place at London Hilton on 5 March 2013 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[10]


The 2013 ceremony took place at Tobacco Dock on 12 March 2014 and was hosted by Dara Ó Briain.[11]


The 2014 ceremony took place at Tobacco Dock on 12 March 2015 and was hosted by Rufus Hound.[12]


The 2015 ceremony will take place on 7 April 2016.

See also


  1. ^ a b "British Academy Games Awards: Rules and Guidelines 2015" (PDF).  
  2. ^ "Games in 2004". BAFTA Awards.  
  3. ^ "Games in 2005". BAFTA Awards.  
  4. ^ "Games in 2006". BAFTA Awards.  
  5. ^ "Games in 2007". BAFTA Awards.  
  6. ^ "Games in 2009". BAFTA Awards.  
  7. ^ "Games in 2010". BAFTA Awards.  
  8. ^ "Games in 2011". BAFTA Awards.  
  9. ^ "Games in 2012". BAFTA Awards.  
  10. ^ "Games in 2013". BAFTA Awards.  
  11. ^ "Games in 2014". BAFTA Awards.  
  12. ^ "Games in 2015". BAFTA Awards.  

External links

  • Official website
  • BAFTA Awards channel at YouTube
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