Entries in 'agreement' (19)
Namco Bandai will continue distributing Codemasters games throughout 2014.
EA has struck a three-year deal with North London club Tottenham Hotspur that will see the FIFA series become the club’s Official Video Game Partner.
Gem Logistics has secured a three-year contact with Ubisoft as its primary distribution partner.
A new multi-year agreement has been agreed between Codemasters and motorsport body F1.
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
EA and Valve are currently engaging in late negotiations in an effort to bring Battlefield 3 to Steam, according to claims.
Publisher THQ has agreed terms on a four-year deal with credit agency Wells Fargo Capital Finance.
Iconic German car brand Porsche will not feature in Microsoft’s Forza 4 following EA’s unwillingness to strike a deal with Microsoft.
Peripherals manufacturer Mad Catz has signed a publishing agreement with Microsoft to produce games for Xbox 360.
The NBA has extended its longstanding deal with publisher Take-Two that will see label 2K Games continue to make its popular NBA 2K series.
THQ has announced an agreement with book publisher Random House.
Publisher EA has successfully renegotiated the terms of its deal with the NFL that affords it the lucrative rights used to make its American football series true-to-life.
A consortium of eight UK studios will band together under with a mission to build their own publishing business, in a new scheme backed by key trade associations and the ...
The European Commission has revealed details of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which is designed to help combat piracy.
Conspicuous by its absence in EA’s forward planning for the financial year ahead was any mention of the once golden franchise that is Rock Band, leading to speculation that the ...
Accessories specialist Bigben Interactive and its UK distributor Venom will end their distribution agreement next month.
Contrary to widespread reports over the weekend, MCV can confirm that Rising Star Games has once again secured the rights to publish Marvelous Entertainment’s ongoing video games catalogue.