Entries in 'sports interactive' (21)
Football Manager 2013 enjoyed double-digit growth worldwide compared to the previous game.
Was THQ’s demise the result of bad management, bad circumstances or just plain bad luck?
Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson has finally revealed the reasons behind the developer's split from its publisher Eidos.
Sports Interactive has said that the piracy levels it has experienced with the Android version of Football Manager Handheld “are the worst” it’s ever seen.
Developer Sports Interactive and publisher Sega have announced a new version of Football Manager Handheld for Android.
Forget FIFA – Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson directs one of the most consistently excellent football video game franchises: Football Manager. He tells MCV how his team keeps the series fresh every ...
Get out and enjoy that sun now because in a few weeks time there’s going to be a big reason to stay indoors.
Developer Sports Interactive has donated over £600,000 to the international War Child charity.
Sega and its UK studio Sports Interactive have pledged to donate a portion of revenues to a Japan earthquake relief fund.
Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson wants to see a console version of Football Manager.
Miles Jacobson, the studio director of Football Manager developer and Championship Manager creator Sports Interactive has been awarded an OBE in the most recent New Year's Honours list for services ...
Having shot to the top of the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Trak UK All Formats Top 40 this week, Sega’s Football Manager 2011 has also succeeded in claiming another ...
UK developer Sports Interactive has confirmed that its newest title Football manager 2011 will be released in the UK on November 5th.
Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens, former EA and ELSPA boss Paul Jackson and Sports Interactive founders Oliver and Paul Collyer have all be named in the The Queen's New Year Honours ...
Sports Interactive’s Football Manager 2010 will hit PC and Mac on October 30th, alongside Football Manager Handheld 2010 on PSP.
Miles Jacobson, studio director at Sports Interactive, has told Develop he believes that this morning's Pirate Bay ruling is likely to put off mainstream consumers from obtaining Copyrighted software from ...