Winning multiple awards in recognition of their Virtual Reality excellence, it's been a stellar month for the team at nDreams
Crowned 'Exporter Of The Year' at The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards in November, nDreams have come out on top in the UK's flagship awards programme. Open to companies of any size and from any industry in the UK, the win is particularly significant because it appears to be a first for any games company.
CEO Patrick O'Luanaigh dedicated this prestigious award to the whole nDreams team.
Bloomin' heck! We only went and won a National Business Award! Well done to the incredible nDreams team - this is all down to you all working so bloody hard :) #businessawards20 @ndreamsvr @Mercia_PLC pic.twitter.com/a4QseXdW4e— Patrick O'Luanaigh (@patrickol) November 10, 2020
Just two weeks later, Senior Gameplay Designer at nDreams Karoline Forsberg was formally recognised for the impact that her work has had on the studio when the MCV//Develop Women In Games Awards declared her the winner of their 'Creative Impact Of The Year' category.
Phantom: Covert Ops was released to the world in June 2020 and quickly hit the #1 spot on the Oculus Store for both their Quest and Rift devices. At the 2020 TIGA Awards the game picked up another impressive addition to its list of achievements.
nDreams were also featured on BBC news recently as part of the promotion for Guildford Games Festival, watch the segment below for a peek inside their office and commentary from their CEO Patrick O'Luanaigh.
Congratulations to the entire nDreams team, we can't wait to see what the studio will achieve in 2021.
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(Cover image credit: Lloyds Bank National Business Awards)