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Independent Games Festival audience award voting now open


11:15 AM on 02.24.2014
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Audience Award voting for both the Independent Games Festival Main Competition Awards and the Game Developers Choice Awards are now open, with polls running from today through March 1. This is your chance to put your voice in with other game developers' to push the best games to the top. 

To put your vote in, click the links below, pick your game, and enter your email address for verification. You get one vote, and you must pick from the list of finalists for each.

To vote for a Game Developers Choice Audience Award nominee, visit: gamechoiceawards.com/audience.php

To vote for an Independent Games Festival Main Competition nominee, visit: www.igf.com/audience.php

The award ceremony takes place next month on March 19 during GDC 2014. You can watch along at home on Twitch.tv. Looking at the nominees, it should be a pretty good show this year. 






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