Entries in 'trade' (59)
It's the Xbox One launch issue of MCV, which details everything you need to know about Microsoft's next console ahead of its launch on November 22nd.
It's now just over a week until we find out who the press have voted for as the winners of the Games Media Awards 2013.
Industry trade body UKIE said it would like to explore a closer relationship with its counterpart Tiga at its Annual General Meeting today.
There have been numerous calls from ...
Retailer GAME has announced the return of its 99p Play Now Trade Later scheme – and this time it is available through its website.
Retailers want Wii U to be priced at £250 when it launches.
The 3DS XL could yet be available to pre-order for just £149.99 before the machine arrives in the UK on July 28th.
GameStop has defied the odds by posting an impressive increase in sales of new games for the Christmas period – showing up retailers in the UK who failed to do ...
Xbox and MCV will hold this year's final networking night for retail and media on Thursday December 1st.
By introducing real money auctions for virtual items in Diablo III Blizzard has upped its game in the fight against illegal 'gold farmers'.
Retailer GAME is returning to its Play&Trade offer that allows gamers to buy one of a selection of titles and trade it back at a guaranteed rate.
Yet another online games trading portal is to attempt an assault on the UK market.
The Gadget Show Live Pro opens its doors today, ahead of the main consumer event tomorrow.
The show is entirely focussed on the trade for the day, with thousands ...
So it transpires that GAME’s new consumer show has upset more than just team Eurogamer.
Bosses of industry event Gamescom will be holding a press conference at London’s Zetter Hotel next week.
GAME wants to trump Eurogamer’s popular Expo by encouraging publishers to debut new games at its own Birmingham show first.
You know you’re writing about something important when almost everyone you contact wants to have their say.
The minds behind European trade show Gamescom want to branch out and make the event even more appealing to international firms.
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 ...
Online registration for the Develop Football Challenge has now gone live.
A new UK games trade site has launched, which offers consumers three ways to buy and sell titles.
The European Commission has revealed details of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which is designed to help combat piracy.
Best Buy is the latest UK retailer to enter the used games market.