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The UK’s video games industry trade body says that tax breaks for video games developers remain a realistic hope.
UK trade body UKIE has named Dan Wood its new COO.
With a new-look management team and two new business models, we find out why OnLive says it's ready to win over gamers.
UK consumers spent half a billion pounds on PC games last year.
UKIE has responded to the Office of Fair Trading’s principles for online and app-based games.
The UK game industry shrunk by nearly half in 2012 compared to 2011, according to figures released by the department for Culture, Media and Sport.
The FIFA 14 comeback is complete, as EA's football title is Christmas and New Year No.1.
This week's issue of MCV features UKIE's latest PC download data, along with a look back at the history of Call of Duty.
UKIE's digital charts project has taken huge strides this year, with more data than ever so that we now have a semi-accurate picture of the UK PC download market.
Tiga is uninterested in talk of a merger with fellow UK game industry trade body UKIE, a spokesman has told Develop.
UK trade body UKIE and age ratings firm PEGI has rejected criticism that it’s not doing enough to prevent children getting its hands on adult video games.
Nine UK game developers and publishers have won seats on the UKIE board following recent elections.
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 ...
Games industry representative and trade body UKIE has hit back at The Mirror's headline blaming Call of Duty for a US Navy base massacre.
The team at 505 Games will be celebrating this week as its tactical shooter Payday 2 has topped the charts.
The retail version of Minecraft for Xbox 360 has topped the UK charts for a third week running.
A comprehensive guide to the top 100 developers in the UK is available to view right now.
The London Games Festival will not take place this year.
Trade body UKIE will open its new London HQ on Monday – and games companies are welcome to use it themselves.
UKIE and TIGA have confirmed that Edinburgh Interactive Festival will not take place this year.
As everyone gathers together for what promises to be the biggest E3 for years, the industry seems to remain in its constant state of disruption. Of course that’s what makes ...