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Read and remember these stats so you can sound clever at the next Monday morning meeting.
Female games industry professionals earn £1.50 less an hour than men.
There are only a few hours left to share your views on the 2012 job market in MCV's annual salary survey.
A glut of Q4 blockbusters rescued the UK games market from the ten-year low it hit over the summer.
Handheld announcements, the launch of 3DS and the first of many hack attacks made for an eventful start to the year.
We all know which games you liked the most this year – we only have to look at the charts to figure that out. But what about us hard working ...
There’s no hiding from the fact that 2011 has been a year to forget for retailers.
We don’t really need to say how difficult 2011 has been for UK games retail.
Are you earning enough money? Are you happy with your job? Share your views with the industry in MCV's annual salary survey.
Momentum is building for the tenth anniversary April 19th MCV Awards.
Retailers are expecting overall market decline but are still optimistic.
What was the biggest event of 2011? What is games retail hoping for in 2012? MCV speaks to retailers nationwide in its annual retail survey...
MCV's annual salary survey is back, and we're offering you the chance to let the world know your thoughts about the 2012 jobs market.
We look at recent TV advertising activity for games and reveal which titles had the most exposure on TV in October.
Nintendo has been celebrating Zelda’s 25 years with re-releases, a symphony concert tour and more. Junior product manager Roger Langford runs us through the celebrations.
Xbox and MCV will hold this year's final networking night for retail and media on Thursday December 1st.
Time's running out if you want to join Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft and Gem as one of the companies signed up to this year's MCV/Xbox 360 Christmas Pub Quiz.