Entries in 'industry' (44)
Games industry trade and consumer games event Gamescom has partnered with the 2015 MCV Awards.
There is just one week to go until the 2015 MCV Awards.
There are just two weeks to go until the big night for the UK games business: the 2015 MCV Awards.
Organisers of the big summer trade and consumer games show Gamescom are once again showcasing the event on a world tour that kicks off next month.
The overall gaming hardware market reached $67bn in 2014, according to new data presented by analyst Jon Peddie Research.
Distributor Exertis is lowering prices on a number of gaming products as part of a month-long promotion.
More than 850 games industry professionals – from retail to development – took part in this year's annual salary survey. We study the results
Are you the ultimate festive fashionista? If so, you could be in with a chance of winning a brand new PlayStation Xmas jumper.
Ukie has announced 10 new board members and two new initiatives at its AGM at EGX.
E3 2014 was rammed with games for PS4 and Xbox One.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey says UKIE deserves credit for securing tax breaks for UK games developers.
Industry charity GamesAid is giving one generous soul the chance to win a PlayStation 4.
The UK game industry shrunk by nearly half in 2012 compared to 2011, according to figures released by the department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Develop's annual salary survey is back, and we need your help analysing the games industry job market in 2014.
President of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has said that a healthy and successful Nintendo is vital to the overall video games industry.
They are the brightest minds and rising stars in games, retail, publishing, events, marketing PR and journalism.
Victor Kislyi of strategy developer Wargaming.net has spoken out on the game industry’s need for expansion, stating that the $75bn brought in annually isn’t nearly where it could be.
It was in 2011 that I first met Yasuhiro Fukushima and his team from Japan. The venue was the food court at a mall in suburban Mumbai; not the sort ...