NEWS announces new toy award category

Published on: 14th July 2015 has launched a new Most Awesome Gaming Toy category for its awards in association with FamilyGamerTV.

Toytesters-480Products entered into this category will feature on the popular gaming channel, on course to reach 100,000 subscribers. Andy Robertson, founder of FamilyGamerTV will also co-host the content alongside face of, Nigel Clarke.

Toys that are eligible to enter this category must be a toy to life product, make use of a console, iPad, Tablet, iPhone, PC, Mac or other digital device.

Gemma Gallagher, founder of, commented: “We’re on the road to establishing the awards as the biggest awards where children vote for the best toys and games of the year. Having FamilyGamerTV on board not only adds a substantial reach, but gives toy and video-game companies an even bigger reason to get involved. The toys to life category and physical-virtual play-scheme is a massive genre that we are excited to celebrate. Not only because there are some ground breaking products out there, but because they bring children a lot of fun and enjoyment. The Most Awesome Gaming Toy category is a must for us and everyone that’s created a toy or gaming product with an added bonus tech twist.”

Andy Robertson, founder of FamilyGamerTV, added: “The hybrid toy-game products disrupt what we traditionally think of as toys and video-games. Offering a single experience with strong value both on the screen and living-room carpet has captured the imagination of millions of children.”

Entries will be closing earlier than last year and can be submitted by visiting


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