Entries in 'tiga' (34)
The unification of trade bodies Tiga and UKIE would be approved by four times as many industry professionals as those who oppose, new data suggests.
Games industry trade bodies UKIE and TIGA have teamed up to deliver this year’s Edinburgh Interactive Festival.
UK games industry trade association UKIE says it is disappointed developers organisation Tiga rejected proposals to merge the two bodies.
It has emerged this afternoon that despite repeated calls for a union between the UK's two video games trade bodies, developer organisation Tiga has outright abandoned any chance of the ...
Only the other day I joked to one of the leaders of our two trade associations that we were due the yearly, previously silly, ‘Why don’t you guys merge?’ questioning ...
The two UK games industry trade bodies are to start exploring common ground, MCV understands.
As part of its wide-reaching video games education review being revealed today, the Livingstone-Hope report has called for closer ties to be forged between the UK's two main video games ...
British games industry association is taking the plunge into games publishing in a landmark partnership with UK stronghold Jagex.
Britain’s two pivotal game trade associations are to team up in a bid to breathe new life into the campaign for game tax breaks.
TIGA CEO Richard Wilson has told Develop that he believes a Hung Parliament, now confirmed as the result of yesterday’s election, “may well work in the favour” of the UK ...
The games industry is growing impatient with the Conservative party.
British game companies are being offered up to £1,000 each to exhibit their business at the upcoming Gamescom event in Cologne.
Shadow Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has recommended that industry trade bodies TIGA and ELSPA merge – to form ‘The Video Games Association’.
ELSPA has issued a statement in response to the letter published by the DCMS today looking back at the games-relevant parts of the Digital Britain report.
The UK's Department for Media, Culture and Sport has today put out a call to the games industry to provide evidence for a culturally based tax break for the UK ...
Tiga CEO Richard Wilson has told Develop that Westminster is once again taking “narrow-minded” measures, following reports of new funding initiatives for the creative industries.
Games industry group Tiga has slammed the Labour government for “failing again to back one of the principal creative industries of the future.”
Numerous development studios in the UK may soon be eligible for a proposed bank funding scheme set up for start-up and high-risk businesses.
Game interest group Tiga has called on the government to introduce a set of schemes in the forthcoming budget that could aid the game development sector.