Frazer Nash Communications & PR —managing director. Independent pr and marketing company, arranging coverage and marketing, organising events and consulting on licensing for the following companies. Microprose, Steel Aces, Toplitz Productions, My-Games, Overloon Museum, Weald Foundations, Buried in Burma book and film, Sci-Fi London,

FNCR – 2018 Onwards

Since leaving Warming

After leaving Wargaming I have gained a diverse client base that includes Microprose, Steal Aces’ Tank MMO game, and Bluestone Publishing’s game Boundary.


Historical Insight: Leverage Microprose’s expertise in historical and simulation games to provide deep insights into the historical accuracy and meticulous attention to detail that goes into their games. This can captivate history enthusiasts and gaming fans alike.

Developer Interviews: Collaborate with Microprose’s developers to conduct interviews that shed light on the research, challenges, and passion that drive the creation of their historically grounded games.

Historical Anecdotes: Share interesting historical anecdotes or trivia related to the time periods featured in Microprose’s games. This can help engage players who have a keen interest in history.

Steal Aces (Tank MMO game):

Gameplay Highlights: Utilize gameplay footage and short clips to showcase the intensity and excitement of tank battles in the MMO game. Highlight unique features, strategies, and teamwork aspects that set the game apart.

Strategy Guides: Create content that provides tactical tips and strategies for success in tank battles. This can be incredibly valuable to players looking to improve their gameplay skills.

Community Challenges: Organize community challenges or events within the game and promote them through your content. This can encourage player participation and strengthen the game’s community.

Bluestone Publishing (Boundary):

Sci-Fi Atmosphere: Given that Boundary is set in a space-based environment, focus on creating content that captures the immersive sci-fi atmosphere of the game. Share concept art, in-game visuals, and insights into the game’s universe.

Visual Showcase: Utilize screenshots and video snippets to showcase the breathtaking visuals and artistry present in Boundary. Highlight the game’s graphical fidelity and attention to detail.

Developer Insights: Collaborate with the developers to provide behind-the-scenes insights into the creation of the game’s environments, characters, and overall design.

Wargaming – 2010 and 2018

I have been on an incredible journey with wargaming launching World of Tanks, World of Warships, and World of Warplanes in the UK.

I was also instrumental in the formation of a variety of Wargaming partnerships with museums, culminating in the building of the Education Centre, Tiger Tank Collection and fury exhibition at the Bovington Tank Museum, the Dornier 17 exhibition at the RAF Museum, and the Royal Navy Museum’s Battle of Jutland exhibition.

During this time, we generated extensive coverage for all wargaming brands with a plethora of covers and coverage across all spectrums, gaining wargaming a solid foothold in the UK market.

The special projects division within wargaming offered the opportunity to work on creations for museums offering VR/AR and ‘app’ projects, which include: VR of HMS Belfast and HMS Caroline. As project lead on apps including Tank 100, HMS Caroline, and Apparition Dornier 17 and working with partners on the Microsoft hololens and Google Tango for Sturmtiger for the tiger tank collection – the only missing tank in that collection.

in 2017, our biggest project; Tank 100, was a celebration of the 1st tank on the battlefield in France in WWI. This was a year-long project starting with a media event at the Bovington Tank Museum, the creation of a special edition magazine with Gamesmaster, and an app entitled Tank 100 which includes AR and VR and ends with the Mark 4 tank appearing in Trafalgar Square.

Nov 2003— Oct 2010

Frazer Nash Communications Ltd—managing director. Independent PR and Marketing company, arranging coverage and marketing, organising events, and consulting on licensing for the following companies; Jowood, Data Design Interactive, GMX media, Helltech Germany, Little Orbit USA, Zoo Entertainment, Graffiti Entertainment USA, Playten Interactive Russia, Reef Entertainment, Vogster USA, Team 6 Games, Noway Studios Poland, Vanilla live Games Austria, Acony Games Germany, Parallax Arts Studio Russia, Techland Poland, Quotix software Serbia, Pitbull Syndicate UK, warthog UK

Vivendi Universal 2000 – 2003 PR manager

Take 2 Interactive 1998—2000 pr manager – brand manager – translation manager –

Gametek – 1997—1998 UK and European PR Manager.

Interactive Magic— 1996 – 1997 UK and European PR Manager.

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire— freelance broadcast journalist

Reed Group newspapers—freelancer

BBC Radio WM—freelance broadcast journalist.

I have been able to work on the best titles and successful games in history. Its a long list so here is a sample

World of Tanks, World of Warships, World of Warplanes, Master of Orion, Warface, Armored Warfare, Skyforge, Warbirds, Diablo II, Warcraft III, Starcraft Ghosts, Homeworld I/II, Halflife I/II, Counterstrike, Grand Theft Auto II, No-One Lives Forever II, Simpsons Hit and Run, Buffy, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, The Thing, Judge Dredd v. Death, Kiss Psycho Circus Nightmare Child, Max Payne, Gothic 3, Sam and Max, The Guild 2, Painkiller Overdose, Spellforce 2, Robotech Crystal Dreams, Swat3, IM1A2 Abrams, Battlecruiser 3000.


Frazer Nash


For decades Frazer has been developing successful PR campaigns for the gaming industry. Now he offers a full rage of creative services.