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How to get into game journalism

At 1pm today!

For the last few years, I've appeared on a panel at EGX Rezzed to talk about how to get into game journalism. I love doing this panel, answering questions from the audience and chatting on-stage with my super cool colleagues about their personal journeys. So when EGX Rezzed was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, I was heartbroken at the thought we wouldn't be able to do it again this year.

Thankfully, the wonderful events team behind EGX Rezzed has pulled together Rezzed Digital, an online version of the show, and we're running the panel remotely. It kicks off at 1pm today, 27th March on YouTube, where I'll be joined by Eurogamer news editor Tom Phillips, Eurogamer reporter Emma Kent, and Rock, Paper Shotgun reporter Imogen Beckhelling to offer our advice and answer your questions. Tune in via the embedded video below.

Cover image for YouTube videoEGX Digital - How to Get Into Games Journalism

A word on the Eurogamer internship. We've made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 internship until a point we feel it's right to do it. With all the uncertainty around coronavirus, we're not sure when that will be. But we are committed to the internship, we are proud of the interns we've worked with over the last three years, and it will return.

So! If you're wondering about game journalism, thinking about how freelance works at Eurogamer, or just fancy stopping by to say hello, we'd love to see you in our YouTube chat from 1pm. I promise to keep the dad jokes to a minimum.

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Wesley Yin-Poole


Wesley worked at Eurogamer from 2010 to 2023. He liked news, interviews, and more news. He also liked Street Fighter more than anyone could get him to shut up about it.