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London Game Career Fair opens

Very busy. Lots on offer.

Those of you interested in working in the wonderful world of videogames (run away, run away!) should pop along to the London Game Career Fair this week.

It gives you a great chance to chat to elusive companies like Ubisoft, SEGA, Rare, EA, Relic and THQ, etc. and fill your head with invaluable advice about the world they work in. You may even get a head start on a fancy vacancy or even be offered a job. Probably mine.

The event runs from 11am - 7pm today and tomorrow at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London, and all you have to do to join in is turn up and register on the door.

Everyone is encouraged to take part, too: whether you are already a professional in the industry, have just graduated from university, finished college, just left school, or want to pursue a career in the field you secretly dreamt about as a child.

She wants one.

It really is the most important industry recruitment event of the year and you would be a silly person to miss it. Just pop over to the London Game Career Fair site for more information.

You can also distract yourself while you are there by looking at big photos of some of the most successful people already working in the world of videogames, at Pat's inaugural Faces of The GamesIndustry exhibition.

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