Entries in 'elspa' (153)
32 per cent of the UK's population now classifies themselves as a gamer.
UK publisher association ELSPA has understandably aired its disappointment at the Cob-LibDem government's withdrawal of tax breaks for games production.
ELSPA has grown its team ahead of this summer's rebrand to UKIE.
ELSPA is hopeful that the PEGI system of age ratings for video games will be ratified in law this October – just in time for complete clarity through the busiest ...
Red Dead Redemption is spending its second week at the top of the ELSPA GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 this week, having successfully fended off a number of new ...
THE FIFTH London Games Festival takes place this October as a month-long celebration of games, targeted at mainstream consumers, mass media and key Westminster figures.
ELSPA has praised the appointment of the new Ministers for Culture and Business as the new Government takes shape.
The games industry is growing impatient with the Conservative party.
National financial support, age ratings, IP theft, skills, broadband – these are the areas that ELSPA will focus its efforts on as it outlines its lobbying intentions for the duration ...
Alistair Darling’s Budget was a landmark moment for the games industry – but UK studios most show they are worth the £90m invested in them.
The inaugural ELSPA Question Time event at BAFTA HQ last night saw the three key political parties debate some of the biggest issues surrounding the game industry.
Rebranding ELSPA to the newer, more accessible UK Interactive Entertainment Association ‘reflects the evolving nature of the industry’ according to director general Michael Rawlinson.
Today is the day three main political parties head to BAFTA’s London HQ to discuss the game industry’s most pressing issues.
Trade organisation The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association, otherwise known as ELSPA, has confirmed that it is to change its name to the UK Interactive Entertainment Association.
The video games industry is well ahead of music and DVD when it comes to combating IP theft, says trade body ELSPA.
Members of Parliament will take part in a Q&A session to discuss the state of the games industry on March 29th.
ELSPA has confirmed to MCV that Tim Wapshott has departed the trade body.
PEGI has released fresh guidelines on where to label its age-ratings.
A man who imported over 26,500 R4 DS piracy cards has been given 12 months in prison.
As government increases its efforts in embracing to modern technological world a new video game called MP For A Week has gone live on Parliament.uk – and trade body ELSPA ...
In a year that saw most sectors of the UK video games market suffer year-on-year declines, both the Xbox 360 and PS3 have emerged as the real winners of the ...
The UK Government has addressed fears that the Digital Economy Bill will not be passed before the General Election.
The Bill, which looks at age ratings, broadband and illegal ...