UK Games Expo is a great place to take photos as there is a lot going on. So we understand that visitors will want to take photos over the weekend, as well as video.
If you are taking photos and video as a reminder of the weekend all we ask is that you please apply common politeness: taking copies of photos of yourself and your friends for your own use is fine. Photos of the Trade halls and Games is usually OK but it is always best to ask permission when taking photos of individuals. If you are taking images of children you should seek permission of their parents first. If anyone refuses to give permission we ask that you respect their privacy.
If you post images on social media and blogs please take care to give proper attribution.
Taking of images or video for commercial use without the prior written permission of UK Games Expo Ltd is prohibited.
If you are a member of the media, a reporter, podcaster or blogger attending UK Games Expo in that capacity and intend using images and video for the use of Media you should apply for a Press Pass.
With a press pass you may film and photograph the show and use the media online and in publications. However in the case of the NEC and the Hilton we only have permission for filming and photography within our leased rooms and halls. If you take images and videos of the areas outside the halls and rooms you may be stopped by security and asked to cease the activity.
Visitors should be aware that On TableTop, Asmodee UK and other media, bloggers and press are filming and live streaming from UK Games Expo. As per our terms Visitors purchasing entry tickets give permission for this activity to occur and for On TableTop,Asmodee UK and other individuals and organisations to live stream and later also make use of the footage and images online, in marketing and sales materials etc.
However, once you've followed these guidelines, feel free to tag us on social media using hashtag #UKGamesExpo and #UKGE2020.