Entries in 'era' (25)
Call of Duty: Black Ops II and FIFA 13 are the two biggest entertainment releases of the year at UK retail.
The Entertainment Retail Association hopes Blockbuster will re-emerge in some form.
Kim Bayley, the director general of the Entertainment Retailers Association, has claimed that HMV is too important for music and video companies to let it disappear.
A report being published by the Entertainment Retailers Association will this morning say that digital sales in the UK passed £1bn in 2012.
Atari founder and games industry veteran Nolan Bushnell has predicted bad things for both Wii U and the wider console games industry.
Growth in digital has seen video games overtake movies as the most lucrative entertainment medium in the UK.
You know that Entertainment Top 40 released last week and published online by the games press (including MCV)? Well it was wrong.
Best Buy’s James Cooke is the latest entertainment expert to join ERA’s Board.
MCV has launched a Reports section within its new website, from which readers can buy and download some of the best games market research available.
3.3 million copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops were sold in 2010, making it the most successful entertainment property of the year, according to ERA.
The average price of a video game last year was £24.32, Chart-Track data has revealed.
Watch out GAME and HMV: supermarkets and online retailers are taking a bigger slice of the UK games software market.
The UK digital video games market is bigger than the music and DVD market combined, says retail body ERA.
Morrisons buyer Kevin Lee is the latest addition to the ERA board.
Having shattered most the game industry’s records upon its release last year, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has also emerged as the overall UK entertainment champ of 2009.
A leading analyst has predicted that Nintendo’s 3DS can help usher in a new era of 3D gaming in a way that the expensive options being prepared by the likes ...
The Entertainment Retailers Association has defended Tesco and Asda’s decision to take their first tentative steps into the pre-owned market.
Publishers have been urged not sell too much bonus content at a premium to consumers.
The new chairman of the Entertainment Retailers Association Paul Quirk has claimed that internet file-sharing is the greatest challenge posed to modern entertainment retailers, claiming that internet piracy “is bleeding ...
The Entertainment Retail Association is confident that its members will not use today’s shock news about the Video Recordings Act to profit from selling adult material to children.
Video games were the shining light of the High Street last year – pulling the overall UK entertainment retail sector kicking and screaming to a five per cent increase in ...