Entries in 'UKIE' (90)
UK trade body UKIE has sold its stake in charts body GfK Chart-Track - but still has a deal for exclusive access to its data.
It wasn’t a great week for UK games retail, with the market shrinking by a third. £14m was generated from game sales overall which is almost £7m less than last ...
MCV wants a digital download chart.
The new CEO of UKIE says the trade body will push even harder on skills and improving the UK games industry.
UK games industry trade association was this evening raising a glass to a high-profile success – it was the one responsible for getting games into the Young Apprentice final.
UK games industry trade association UKIE has scored a coup in hiring its new CEO.
UKIE had reported that further delays are holding back the introduction of PEGI as the standard age rating system in the UK.
An 'Annual General Meeting’ doesn’t sound like the most exciting event on the industry calendar. But I tell you, as a fly on the wall observer, UKIE’s AGM last week ...
There's still no news on the new exec director, but attendees to UKIE's successful AGM last week would be be forgiven for thinking it didn't need a leader.
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.
Square Enix title Deus Ex: Human Revolution was the second best selling game in the UK in August.
UKIE members will get a ten per cent discount on a full price ticket to the London Games Conference.
UK video games trade body UKIE has announced that there will be no London Games Festival this year.
505 Games's Zumba Fitness holds onto the top spot of the UK GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40, despite the arrival of several new entries this week.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness has seen off the competition this week to claim its fourth UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1 of the year thanks to a 43 per cent ...
Games industry trade bodies UKIE and TIGA have teamed up to deliver this year’s Edinburgh Interactive Festival.
UK games trade body UKIE has been confirmed as the sponsor of this year's Dare to be Digital video games design competition.
UKIE announced last week that director general Michael Rawlinson has decided to leave the organisation, after almost 12 years there.
UKIE director general Michael Rawlinson has resigned.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness is still the UK's No.1 video games according to the latest data from UKIE and GfK Chart-Track.
Trade body UKIE hopes to attract digital creative firms by backing this year’s Digital Shoreditch Festival.
Industry association UKIE says it is disappointed with the Treasury’s decision to again avoid introducing game development tax breaks in the UK.
Trade body UKIE wants members of the games industry to become role models to young people and encourage them to start a career in games.
The industry must unite and start sharing data if we’re ever going to get a digital download chart.