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Games

London Games Festival 2021

updated
March 2, 2021
Published on:
March 2, 2021

The 2021 London Games Festival will showcase a range of unreleased titles from around the world, explore how games have aided players’ lives under COVID-19, and connect creators with global investors when it returns next year – running from Friday 19 March to Sunday 28 March.

Highlights for London Games Festival 2021 include:

For the first time in its six years, LGF will curate an Official Selection of titles across key themes such as narrative excellence and diverse creators while offering enhanced ways for players to experience these games, from developer sessions through to streaming gameplay.


Ensemble, Games London’s acclaimed exhibition of Black, Asian and marginalised ethnicity UK video games talent, returns with an outdoor exhibition in partnership with the City of London Corporation, showing in Aldgate Square and Guildhall Yard across March, April and May .

Games Finance Market, running across 22 March to 25 March, will connect 60 major investors with games businesses for private online pitch meetings curated by Games London.

BAFTA Games Awards, the games industry’s most prestigious accolades, will be broadcast on 25 March

All content will be underpinned with daily broadcasts. This includes keynotes with major developers and creatives, plus explorations on key themes such as games’ impact on culture, how creators can address burning issues such as sustainability and diversity, collaborations with filmmakers, and the ways audiences found solace in virtual worlds while living under lockdown.

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