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Composer Georgiades Up for Best Video Game Score Award

May 5, 2019

Composer Mike Georgiades has been nominated for his role in helping produce the score for the Greek-inspired video game Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which is up for the Ivor Novello Award, the Ivor Academy said, Variety reported.

The Ivors award excellence in songwriting and screen composition in the United Kingdom. The Ivor Academy initially holds a public call for entries and all eligible submissions are reviewed by juries specifically appointed by the Academy.

Georgiades teamed with producer-composer duo Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, known for their work on Horizon Zero Dawn and with singer Lana Del Rey, are up for nomination for Best Video Game Score following their work on the 2018 Ubisoft title.

Winners will be announced during The Ivors on May 23. Q.U.B.E. 2 composer David Housden and Sea of Thieves composer Robin Beanland are also nominated.

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