Entries in 'pegi' (72)
PEGI – the Pan-European Game Information age rating system – has launched a free iPhone app that allows users to view ratings on the move.
ELSPA has praised the appointment of the new Ministers for Culture and Business as the new Government takes shape.
PEGI SA, the organisation that manages the PEGI ratings system, has praised games publishers for their high level of compliance with its advertising guidelines.
The video games industry must advertise PEGI once it comes into law, says child psychologist Tanya Byron.
The Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE) says that it doesn’t ignore the views of developers in respect to assigning PEGI age ratings on games.
PEGI has released fresh guidelines on where to label its age-ratings.
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 ...
ELSPA’s fight to have PEGI instated by law has been singled out by a prominent Labour MP as one of the ‘greatest lobbying campaigns of all time’.
ELSPA has reassured the trade that the PEGI ratings system’s ascent to become law is still on track – despite the discovery that current age classification is legally unenforceable.
ELSPA has quashed any suggestion that the PEGI classification model will be ‘weaker’ than the BBFC regime – warning publishers they risk bankruptcy if they try to cheat the system.
PEGI will have to wait the best part of a year until it becomes the UK’s sole classification system by law.
Games publishers are already manufacturing games boxes with PEGI’s ‘traffic light’ ratings on their cover – and hope to have the symbols on UK boxes by the end of this ...
Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Sega and other leading European games publishers have talked of their joy at the Government choosing PEGI as its sole age classification system.
A source close to the Video Standards Council, the body which will work alongside new games regulator PEGI, has told MCV that there’s not yet a timescale in place ...
The Government has heralded a new future for UK video games classification – with PEGI becoming the sole age ratings model in the region.
A number of the most senior figures in the UK video games industry have responded to the government’s move to grant PEGI the sole power of video games classification.
Labour will announce the new industry standard age classification system on Tuesday next week (June 16th) as part of its Digital Britain report, MCV can reveal.