People, meet videogames.


GameCity thinks that everyone should be able to play games and everyone should be able to make games.

We make events, content and experiences about videogames for the widest possible audience.

Since 2006, in partnership with Nottingham Trent University we’ve delivered the annual GameCity festival in Nottingham. Our pioneering new approaches to public engagement in videogame culture have won acclaim from critics and audiences internationally.

In 2009 we launched our monthly GameCityNights series of events, bringing developers together with an after-dark audience and experimenting with new kinds of ways of presenting videogames.

Members of our team were involved in setting up the National Videogame Archive in 2007, a collaboration between Nottingham Trent University and the Science Museum.

2010 saw the launch of the GameCityPrize, which rapidly established itself as an award of international significance.

At GameCity 9 we announced the opening of the National Videogame Arcade in our new building in the heart of the Creative Quarter, Nottingham, for March 2015.

Right now GameCity is hard at work on a new series of events and projects.
They will all be splendid.