Entries in 'Distribution' (131)
Digital games retailer Green Man Gaming says it could begin publishing games later this year.
For many, the first word that comes to mind when discussing digital games is Steam.
This week's issue of MCV features UKIE's latest PC download data, along with a look back at the history of Call of Duty.
The parent company of distributor Gem has rebranded itself and its subsidiaries.
Android console Ouya is to become available in a host of additional European markets.
Publisher 505 Games has tied up with Milestone Interactive to release its forthcoming games in India.
Distributor Al Futtaim wants to help publishers cash in on the growing Middle East games market.
Following the loss of HMV and Blockbuster stores, the role of a distributor has become (in principle) easier for now, with fewer stores to deliver to.
Variety is the spice of life, but there’s precious little to be had at games retail at the moment.
Having already handled much of Codemasters’ European distribution, Namco Bandai has now taken control of the publisher’s UK distribution as well.
Trion Worlds’ open-world shooter Defiance will be distributed by Namco Bandai in key territories.
With the year drawing to a close and most people already scouring for beer, MCV looks back at the biggest and saddest stories of the year.
CentreSoft is this week celebrating 30 years of trading in the games industry.
UK distributor Sony DADC has finally opened its new distribution centre.
The Prime Minister officially opened Sony DADC's newly built Enfield distribution centre this morning, congratulating the firm on a speedy recovery.
News has just come through that Capcom distribution, formerly handled in ANZ by THQ, is jumping ship to All Interactive Entertainment.
It’s a sign of the time – distributor Interactive Ideas is withdrawing from retail product distribution.
Gem has been signed as the exclusive UK distribution partner for THQ.
THQ has struck a deal with Koch Media that will see the company assume responsibility for distribution in Spain and Italy.
The UK games industry may be visiting America for E3 this week, but some firms are establishing a more permanent foothold over the pond.
Gem Logistics has secured a three-year contact with Ubisoft as its primary distribution partner.
Roku, a leading TV and games streaming company, has joined forces with Gem for its UK debut.
Japanese publisher Namco Bandai has tied up with E-Xpress Interactive to release its games in India.
Indian games distributor E-Xpress Interactive has expanded its E-play range of low priced PC games to over 120 titles.