Entries in 'digital britain' (7)
ELSPA has issued a statement in response to the letter published by the DCMS today looking back at the games-relevant parts of the Digital Britain report.
The UK's Department for Media, Culture and Sport has today put out a call to the games industry to provide evidence for a culturally based tax break for the UK ...
Games publishers are already manufacturing games boxes with PEGI’s ‘traffic light’ ratings on their cover – and hope to have the symbols on UK boxes by the end of this ...
Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Sega and other leading European games publishers have talked of their joy at the Government choosing PEGI as its sole age classification system.
The UK Government will review proposals to strengthen the nation’s game development community with an extended tax relief system.
The Government has heralded a new future for UK video games classification – with PEGI becoming the sole age ratings model in the region.
The industry’s most notable faces met with Labour Ministers last week – to discuss games’ exclusion from a major Government report into ‘Britain’s online future’.