Old School RuneScape Named EE Game of The Year at BAFTA Game Awards

Allison Hubbert


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Thursday 4th April 2019, the best game worlds witnessed Old School Runescape taking home the trophy for the freshest inaugural listing: EE Mobile Game of The Year Award. The new honor   acknowledges the game that offers the best mobile trial and it was the main openly voted category at the 2019 BAFTA Games Awards. This honor was conferred by a British YouTuber, writer, and game expert, DanTDM.

This year the honors service occurred at Queen Elizabeth Hall, where the top dogs were declared for every one of the 18 nominationsincluding the EE Mobile Game of the Year Award. Jagex CEO, Phil Mansell in his applauded speech did not fail to recognize the team players for the great work and effort channeled into bringing Old School Runescape on mobile. He also thanked everyone who had voted for them.

Old School RuneScape

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Old fashioned Runescape is a piece of the $1 billion RuneScape establishment and is connected with the notable 2007 MMORPG. Since its dispatch on mobile in October 2018, Old School RuneScape has been downloaded and introduced on 6.4 million gadgets.

About the EE

EE, a part of BT Group, is the biggest and most developed mobile communication company in the UK, conveying mobile and fixed interchange services to customers.

EE has over 550 shops around the UK. EE 4G inclusion reaches out to over 86% of the UK landmass (equivalent to over 99% of the UK populace) and EE has a desire to stretch out 4G to 95% of by 2020.


The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an autonomous philanthropy organization that underpins and advances the works of art of the moving image by recognizing and remunerating brilliance, supporting movie experts and profiting people in general.