Influential trade guide Sourcebook returns in July

Deadline for inclusion in interactive entertainment directory is next month.
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Intent Media’s annual directory of interactive entertainment, Sourcebook, will be published next month.

The 2012 edition will include extra sections for digital, technology and analytics firms.

Sourcebook is the ultimate directory for agencies and support businesses working in video games, technology and entertainment fields.

It will be published on July 27th as an online directory and a premium print product that sits on desks year-round.

To book your place, contact Jennie Lane or call her on 01992 535 647. But HURRY – the deadline for inclusion is the end of June.

The guide covers sectors such as Creative & Promotional, Customer Services, Gaming Accessories, International Distribution, Legal Services, Localisation, QA & Testing, Manufacturing Services, Recruitment plus Distribution & Logistics.

This year Intent is adding new categories for Digital Distribution, plus Cloud, Web Services & Infrastructure businesses, Monetisation & Payment providers, Regional Associations, Game Studios, Game Technology vendors, and Research & Analysis outfits.

Sourcebook showcases the leading players across each sector, offering a snapshot of the resources on offer, plus client history and contact details.

Over 20,000 copies of the premium print version are being published, including 10,000 inserted into the July 27th edition of ToyNews' sister publication MCV.

It will be included with selected reader codes of Develop next month, plus distributed at key events including the London Games Conference.

It is also is available as an online directory at

Email Jennie Lane on or call her on 01992 535 647.

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