Patrons of the NVM

Patrons of the NVM

 

The NVM is the games industry’s own museum, celebrating our games, our studios and our sector’s achievements over 40 years. I would invite anyone who cares about the cultural life of videogames to join industry leaders and support this amazing charity with content, evangelism and funding to help expand the programme in the years to come.

Ian Livingstone CBE, President

 

The National Videogame Museum would not exist without the generous patronage of some of the UK’s leading names in videogames.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR AMAZING PATRONS!

If your life has been transformed by videogames, please get in touch to discuss how you can help the UK’s only videogames museum preserve our games heritage and help disadvantaged young people play and learn how games are made.

The Trustees want to express their deepest gratitude to Rod Cousens CBE, Andy Payne OBE, Ian Livingstone CBE and Geoff Heath for their vital help during our emergency appeal.

Individuals Companies and organisations
Ian Livingstone CBE

Andy Payne OBE

Carl Cavers

Jonathan Smith

The Oliver Twins

Craig Fletcher

Paul Wedgwood

Jas Purewal

Rik Alexander

Kelly Sumner

Paul Porter

Darren Mills

Chris Stockwell

Ian Stewart

Rob Small

Donna and Adam Powell

John Romero

Miles Jacobson

Darryl Still

Joel Benton

The Ian Livingstone Foundation

Rebellion Developments

Boneloaf

Jagex

King

AppyNation

Curve Digital

First Touch Games

Sumo Digital

Bossa Studios

State of Play

SuperSonic Software

Ukie

Epic Games

UsTwo Games

Playground Games

Makey Makey

Wiggin LLP

Crows Crows Crows

Rockstar

SEGA Europe

Bethesda

Purewal and Partners

SFB Games

Midoki

Introversion Software

THQ Nordic / Embracer Group

Fusebox

PlayStation

Supermassive Games

Hutch

Sheffield Hallam University

Norwich University of the Arts

Vlambeer

Studio Gobo

Chucklefish

Interactive Studio Management

HTC VIVE

University of Nottingham

We would also like to thank Sheffield City Council for their generous support.

If you want to support videogame culture in the UK, please contact us to become a Patron or a Friend, or you can help the NVM by funding it through Patreon.