Fresh lick of paint for leading industry publication; Reports service added
MCV has overhauled its web presence, adding a brand new design, numerous new features and a registration-led community.
“The most obvious change to the site is the look and feel, which we believe offers readers a cleaner and more engaging browsing experience,” said MCV Editor-in-chief Michael French.
“We've taken away the clutter, allowing you to get to what you want quickly and easily. The Carousel and Homestream are now the focal points of the site, allowing you to immediately see the most important stories of the day and then scroll down the page to view everything else that happening in and around the industry.”
Once registered to the site, users can:
- Create a Public Profile
- Comment on articles
- 'Follow' articles you've commented on
- Buy MCV reports
- Sign up for MCV emails and manage your preferences
- Access digital editions of MCV magazine
- Post job vacancies
- Buy a directory listing for your company
Click here to register with MCV now and gain access to the above features.
If you had an account on the old MCV site, click here to log in using the same details - depending on how complete your account info was on our old site we may ask you for a little more information to complete your profile fully.
Or, if you had an account on the old MCV site but can't remember your login details, click here to have a reminder sent to you.
In terms fo new content, MCV has launched a Reports service from which readers can buy some of the best games market research available. It will offer reports from respected third party companies and from the in-house specialist journalists. Prices range from under £50 to around £500.
As always, the MCV Jobs Board is the place to go if you're a recruiter or a potential candidate, while the new online extension of the MCV Directory is a comprehensive listing of the games industry's best and brightest companies - add yours today!
The Events section, meanwhile, offers a complete rundown of the best conferences and networking opportunities the games industry has to offer.
"The new site offers an improved reader experience, more content and genuine benefits for registered users," said MCV publisher and Intent Media boss Stuart Dinsey. "The MCV brand is also expanding into paid content, international sub-brands and enhanced iPad, iPhone and digital editions.
"Plus there's a UK trade lounge at Gamescom, widening print readership and looming Android app. So it's fair to say that we're offering more than ever to our trade audience."