Politicians are urging the makers of Grand Theft Auto Five to visit Hawick.
The latest blockbuster video game is causing controversy after developers named one part of the violent city it's set in after the Borders town.
Pundits predict the game will sell 25 million copies in 12 months but, as Katie Hunter reports, not everyone is happy with the Hawick connection.
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There has been mixed reaction to Hawick being named in the new Grand Theft Auto video game:
There has been mixed reaction in the Scottish Borders after the town of Hawick was named in the new Grand Theft Auto computer game.
The video game, now in its fifth edition, features a lot of drugs and violence in the fictional US metropolis of Los Santos, and game makers have named one of the city's more notorious districts Hawick.
Rockstar North’s website describes the area of Hawick in the game as having ‘a disaffected drug addict hipster vibe’.
Local MSP John Lamont has invited the creators of the game to pay a visit to the Borders town: