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The first examination of the UK games business in three years is now underway – and you can help.
Consoles games form publisher EA will from this point on be released on Thursdays in the UK.
Darren Bowen, UK sales director at Ubisoft, takes MCV on a globetrotting trip through its MCV Award-winning export team’s operations
PlayStation 4 has been the best-selling games console every month of the year to-date, Sony has told MCV.
Rory McIlroy has done the double, staying at the top of the charts for a second week – making it the very first golf game to do so in the ...
The popularity of Candy Crush among women and older gamers has led it to be voted as the UK’s favourite title.
Sony’s streaming games service PlayStation now is now available to all in the UK.
The number of UK game studio closures fell by 30 per cent in 2014 compared to 2013, according to new research from TIGA.
Holy sales, Batman! Arkham Knight has beaten The Witcher 3 to become this year’s biggest launch to date.
A free networking expo will take place next month, aiming to showcase the games talent in and around Guildford.
UK consumers will be able to start using Apple Pay next month, the company has announced.
It seems the UK remains bewitched by Bandai Namco’s latest effort.
A lorry transporting Splatoon stock from Nintendo’s warehouse to GAME has been stolen,
Bandai Namco’s long-anticipated crowdfunded driving game has zoomed to number one in the UK charts.
Sony will roll out a private beta for its PlayStation Now PS4 games streaming service in the UK this spring.
A retail-led survey has found that UK children under the age of 12 are now more likely to own a tablet than a games console.
Sony’s PS4-exclusive cinematic shooter The Order: 1886 has debuted at the top of the UK retail charts, according to the latest Ukie Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track.
In news that will surprise very few, TVii will not be coming to Wii U in Europe.
MCV can today reveal that the UK video games market generated £3.944bn in consumer spending during 2014.
Ubisoft has once again placed three titles in the UK retail Top Ten, as an Assassin’s Creed Unity promotion saw the game rise four spaces.
With more than 27 million daily players and viewership numbers that rival national TV broadcasting, League of Legends is undeniably the biggest eSports title in the world.
Watch out Microsoft and Sony, one of China’s biggest games companies will launch its first console in Europe in early 2016.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s return to the No.1 UK retail charts position means it is now drawing with Grand Theft Auto V’s top spot tally.
Kantar Worldpanel data has revealed the extent of Amazon’s dominance of the UK Christmas entertainment market.
Gfinity and Multiplay say retailers can help make eSports a major force in the UK.