BAFTA shows that Uber are just the ticket with re-appointment

For the second year running the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has chosen Uber to design tickets and assets for its prestigious awards ceremony.

The appointment follows the Sheffield agency's work for BAFTA in 2009 and will see the agency produce designs for BAFTA's series of events including, for the first time, its Video Games Awards.

Richard Benjamin, Uber managing director, said: “It was an honour to work with BAFTA last year and for them to partner with us again this season is an absolute privilege. Of course the challenge is to top last year’s designs but it’s certainly one we cherish. We encourage Harry Hill’s feedback again this year!"

The first event on this year’s calendar is the Orange British Academy Film Awards held on Sunday 21st February, with the Video Games Awards following in March, and Television Craft Awards and Television Awards in May and June respectively.

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