Perudo Champion 2015 is crowned

Published on: 11th November 2015

Perudo players from across the UK flocked to London on Monday night to try and become this year’s World Perudo Champion.


After a year of qualifying events, the prize at the 26th running of the annual championships was awarded to reigning Scottish Perudo Champion, Ian Smith.

The grand final was hosted by Konnie Huq at The Groucho Club in Soho. Cosmo Fry, the inventor of Perudo, celebrities and buyers along with the qualifiers from the Scotland, London and Southampton events, all attended the event.

Richard Wells, sales director of Paul Lamond Games, said: “The Perudo Championships has been running for over a quarter of a century now and, true to form, last night’s event was fast-paced, fun and full of nail biting tension. It’s fantastic to see that in its 26th year, Perudo and the championships are still continuing to grow in popularity. For the second year running our London qualifying event was oversubscribed in less than 24 hours. It is a game which has a great following and evokes such passion and competitiveness along with the usual dose of bluff, counterbluff and hilarity.”


Remake, remodel…it’s the Friday Blog!

Smyths Toys and Magic Star partner on exclusive Oscar deal

August to see furlough scheme employers pay 20% of wages

The Lego Group unveils new addition to Lego Technic range

New licensed product and US streaming options announced for 44 Cats

Character Group publishes half year results

Thursday 28th May – Latest toy industry reaction to coronavirus outbreak

Future Rays throws support behind Rays of Sunshine charity initiative

BLE opens entries for License This! competition

Trade between the US and Hong Kong under threat