We are delighted that you would like to report on SPIEL. With our accreditation guidelines, we would like to grant press access to journalists, as well as bloggers, YouTubers and podcasters, who deal with the topic of board games. Please observe the below accreditation guidelines in this regard.
Accreditation is granted exclusively for the purpose of reporting on the event SPIEL.
Press accreditation for SPIEL is awarded to:
Journalists with a valid press pass
- Journalists with a valid press pass from their home country who can present an editorial assignment (original letter heading) from their chief editor relating to the current fair. The article on SPIEL is to be placed at the disposal of the organiser upon completion. Please mail us the corresponding link after the event.
Accreditation for YouTubers, bloggers and podcasters, as well as the authors of online magazines
The prerequisites for the accreditation of online journalists, such as bloggers, YouTubers, podcasters and the authors of online magazines are:
- Permanent topicality and significant access numbers comparable with those of professional online magazines produced by full-time editorial departments and publishers.
- The channel, blog or online magazine must be aligned mainly and directly to the theme of the fair.
- If you wrote a report on last year’s SPIEL or SPIEL.digital, please send us the corresponding link for review.
- If you did not report on SPIEL ’19 or SPIEL.digital, you can draft a preliminary report on SPIEL ’21 in order to qualify for accreditation.
- The goal of your inquiry should be to produce a comprehensive report about the exhibition SPIEL.
Accreditation is limited to two persons per online medium.
Please note that we can only grant accreditation to online media up to two weeks before the start of the fair due to the extra expense and effort involved.
Please do us the favour of using the hashtag #SPIEL21 for your reporting.
Main reasons for the rejection of accreditation applications:
- Access numbers to your internet medium are too low.
- No regular contributions can be recognised.
- Your website does not have enough content on the subject of board games.
- You write game reviews without reporting on SPIEL as an event.
In August you will find an accreditation form here which we request that you complete and return to us per email to email@example.com along with your supporting documents (webserver statistics, articles, press pass etc.)
Friedhelm Merz Verlag
(Organiser SPIEL ’21)