Infobox Website
name = Gamasutra
favicon = Gamasutra favicon.png

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type = news & info for video game developers
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owner = "Game Developer"
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Gamasutra is a web site founded in 1997 for video game developers. It is owned and operated by CMP Media, and acts as the online sister publication to the print magazine "Game Developer". It includes regularly updated video game news and features, other online resources for game developers, and a job posting board for employment in the computer and video game industry. Gamasutra and its team of editors won a Webby Award in 2006 and 2007; their 5 word acceptance speeches were "Art plus science, still games" and "Heart plus science equals games", respectively. [Webby Awards, Speech Archive, Retrieved 2008-08-02,]


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* [ Gamasutra web site]

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