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GamesAid Superstars Top Nominations at MCV Women in Games Awards

Five GamesAid Greats Nominated as “most influential and inspirational female professionals” from UK games industry.

Voted by a panel of leading industry executives, the Women in Games Awards shine the spotlight on the exceptional women that run and empower the UK games industry. We are proud to announce that five remarkable women from the GamesAid fold have been included in the top 30 women in games.


Emily BrittEmily Britt was until recently the GamesAid chair, leading the biggest fundraising year to date with an impressive £564,000 raised for our charities. Senior PR manager at Pokemon and new mum, she has been nominated for Campaigner of the year.





Cat ChannonCat Channon is the GamesAid all-star. She has single handedly raised the most money of any individual for charity and is currently on her second term as a GamesAid trustee. International Director of Communications at Warner Bros, this marathon running, cross continental swimmer and industrial scale cake baker leads the annual gamescom to Brighton bike ride and has also been nominated for Campaigner of the year.



Rosemarie DaltonRosemarie Dalton is THE unsung hero of the British Video Games industry. A tireless and devout worker for multiple causes, made famous for her ‘just get it done’ attitude, she has served as a trustee and later as ambassador for GamesAid all while championing her role as International Marketing Manager at Bethesda. Her numerous good deeds were most recently recognised at the MCV Awards 2016 and now she is en-route for another glamorous reception at the Women in Games Awards.



Caroline MillerCaroline Miller is the backbone of the GamesAid PR machine, a former trustee and master at herding cats she organises the annual GamesAid promotion video. With her hands at the helm of Indigo Pearl as its MD, she remains the leading ‘go-to’ for PR in the industry, securing two Agency awards at the MCV Awards. This time she is on course to sweep up the Businesswoman of the year.



Sarah SeabySarah Seaby is GamesAid’s very own ‘first lady’, the former Chair was a driving force in the early years of the charity. European Marketing and PR director at Bethesda, fast approaching the end of her second decade in the industry, Seaby’s gaming career spans back far further than she would probably care to admit and most of us can remember.




Here at GamesAid we are proud to have had so many extraordinary women drive our charity forward and are especially proud to see the games industry reward them for their many accomplishments. The awards ceremony will be held 19th May at the Hamyard Hotel in London.

You too can join the GamesAid family and play your part in influencing and inspiring charities across the UK. Becoming a member is the first step and you can do so here: . Membership is open to anyone in the games industry. If you’d like to take things further, fundraise for us and you too can become a GamesAid ambassador and even a trustee.