Behold! The NAVGTR Awards

History The 2011 Awards Nominate Your Game

The National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers (NAVGTR) Corp. is a non-profit organization that administers an awards program recognizing specific and specialized skill sets for video game art, technology, and production.

Since its inception, the academy has recognized over 2,800 talented individuals across many game design disciplines. Each year, approximately 550 voters consider the best and brightest in 55 categories, resulting in the most comprehensive awards program covering the industry.

For more information about academy programs, please follow the company page on Linkedin or send email to info at navgtr dot org. Due date for 2016 entries (or requests for extensions) is Monday, December 12, 2016.  Nominations will be announced Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

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2015 Winners

PRESS RELEASE   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: THOMAS J. ALLEN PHONE: 301-437-7880 E-MAIL: INFO AT NAVGTR DOT ORG   THE WITCHER 3: WILD HUNT WINS 14 NAVGTR AWARDS   San Francisco, CA (March 21, 2016) / NAVGTR CORP. – The … Continue reading

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