Entries in 'games industry' (30)
Having gained approval in the March 2012 Budget, plans for UK tax breaks for video games developers are now in doubt.
The UK’s best up-and-coming talent will take their place in the spotlight as MCV’s annual 30 Under 30 returns.
The UK games retail market rallied last week thanks to the release of EA’s Mass Effect 3 and Capcom’s Street Fighter X Tekken.
The fourth Eurogamer Expo drew record crowds and nabbed big game exclusives. We speak to MD Rupert Loman and publishers about the show’s rapid growth.
Read and remember these stats so you can sound clever at the next Monday morning meeting.
The UK games industry’s best up-and-coming talent will take their place in the spotlight when MCV’s annual 30 Under 30 returns next month.
This week we take a look at which reality TV shows advertisers have been targeting, as well as the campaign for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The weekly entertainment UK software value rose to £11.5m, up slightly from the £11.2m generated from game sales last week.
UK retail finally enjoyed a slight rise as it generated £11.2m from game sales this week. That is a five per cent increase compared to last week’s £10.7m.
Apple could be in complete control of the video games market in a decade's time, according to a new prediction from former Sony Studios boss and PlayStation guru Phil Harrison.
Leading UK distribution firms are torn between open distribution and exclusive deals.
Culture minister Ed Vaizey held meetings with games firms today over Research and Development tax credits.
The UK video games charity for children and young people – GamesAid – has recruited industry veterans Ian Livingstone OBE and Caroline Miller as its new trustees.
The Japanese games industry can’t match the technical advances of the US and Japanese gamers aren’t really interested in consoles anymore – that’s the assessment of Epic Games’ famed designer ...
As the week draws to a close, are you tempted by a change of career? Would the idea of Monday morning be more bearable if a fresh start was on ...
Has a long working week tempted you to make a fresh start? As Christmas draws close is a move to a new studio or relocation to a different country a ...
The Conservative Party this afternoon launched its biggest attack yet on the Government for its treatment of the UK games industry.
Games industry group Tiga has slammed the Labour government for “failing again to back one of the principal creative industries of the future.”