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** /Eurogamer/ **

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Not to be confused with Eurogames.
This article is about the gaming website. For the gaming expo, see EGX

Eurogamer logo.svg
Web address eurogamer.net
Commercial? Yes
Type of site
Video game journalism
Registration Optional (free)
Owner Gamer Network
Editor Oli Welsh
Launched September 1999
Alexa rank
positive decrease 3,897 (July 2015^[update])^[1]
Current status Active

/*Eurogamer*/ is an award-winning website and YouTube channel focused on
video game news, reviews and other features. It is operated by Gamer
Network Ltd. with headquarters in Brighton, United Kingdom, which was
formed in 1999 by brothers Rupert and Nick Loman.

Gamer Network states that the site has the largest readership of any
independent videogames website in Europe (over 5.7 million unique users in
November 2011),^[2] and was the first such site to subject its traffic to
independent verification by the ABC Electronic system.^[3] The site
primarily caters to a UK/Ireland audience; Gamer Network operates other
sites using the Eurogamer brand that caters to other European countries.

Most of its reviews are of European or PAL releases of the games, unless
the time disparity between Japanese or North American/NTSC releases is such
that reviews are written using the latter. In February 2015, Eurogamer
dropped its 10-point scale review scores system in favour of a
"recommendation system", where games would either receive no specific
recommendation or awards for being "Recommended", "Essential" or worthy of
an "Avoid".^[4]


· 1 Staff

· 1.1 In the media
· 1.2 Awards

· 2 Subsidiaries
· 3 Notes and references
· 4 External links


Kristan Reed served as Eurogamer's editor from September 2002 to January
Tom Bramwell edited Eurogamer since the

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurogamer

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