Entries in 'industry' (102)
The Indian games industry grew to Rs 15 billion ($277m) in 2012, recording a growth of 16% over the previous year, the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2013 has ...
Games representatives and social activists have called for an attitude of acceptance towards LGBT issues in the industry at an event in New York.
A film that hopes to tell the story of the UK video games industry has arrived on Kickstarter – the second time it has sought funding from crowdsourcing.
This year, our salary survey shows a decline in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
“It’s easy to blame men for not creating an attractive work environment – but I think that’s a cop-out. If we want more women to work in games, we have ...
MCV asks UK games industry experts about why 2013 will be much, much better than 2012.
GamesAid’s latest fundraising venture has been revealed – a UK games industry choir.
Zynga isn’t the most popular kid in the games industry playground – that much is certain.
Not content with admitting for the first time that 3D “ain’t all dat”, Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has also confessed that smartphones and tablets HAVE changed the games industry.
“It's an irrelevant measure on the industry. It's totally irrelevant. We don't even really look at it internally anymore.”
The money generated from overall game sales in the US during April has been estimated at a whopping $1bn.
The games industry’s biggest names are currently plotting a path into one of the fastest growing regions in the world of modern gaming.
The Indian games industry is expected to grow by 38 per cent to Rs 18 billion ($359m) in 2012 and to a staggering Rs 46 billion ($917m) by 2016.
GAME must become a smaller, more dedicated specialist should it survive administration, says top games publishers.
UK games retail generated £14.1m last week – a dip of 21.2 per cent from the £17.9m made during the week prior.
MCV takes a closer look at some of the leading video game suppliers, with an update on what each company has achieved over the past year.
A new industry five-a-side football tournament is set to raise over £2,000 for GamesAid.