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The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment has announced that three new firms have signed up for membership.
Counsellors are concerned by the rising number of those ‘addicted’ to video games.
Codemasters has cut short Halo’s stay at the summit of the All Formats Top 40, with F1 2010 racing to No.1.
As part of its new strategy to widen its membership trade association UKIE has introduced a new £500 membership packaged.
The director general of The Confederation of British Industry has praised UKIE’s ambitions and said that the games industry is in prime position to take charge of the UK’s creative ...
UK video games trade body UKIE, formerly known as ELSPA, was finally ushered into life last night – and you can watch the video showed at its launch event right ...
New-look trade body UKIE is to sponsor both the Develop Quiz and Develop Football Challenge.
ELSPA made the transition into UKIE last night - and along with a new name, logo and agenda, the organisation has a new website.
As part of the special unveiling for the association-formerly-known-as-ELSPA's new ethos and brand identity, director general Michael Rawlinson told MCV that it's time UK looked beyond tax breaks in its ...
The final branding for UKIE was unveiled at a special event in Westminster this evening that fleshed out the trade association's new agenda
I spent some time last week with the new UKIE team as they prepare for next week’s grand Westminster unveiling.
ELSPA will be dead in a matter of days.
Michael Rawlinson this week called for the industry to work closer together as the games market evolved and changes .
ELSPA has appointed Daniel Wood as its new communications and public affairs manager.
The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association will officially change its name to the Association for UK Interactive Entertainment on September 7th, it has been confirmed.
UK publisher association ELSPA has understandably aired its disappointment at the Cob-LibDem government's withdrawal of tax breaks for games production.
Rebranding ELSPA to the newer, more accessible UK Interactive Entertainment Association ‘reflects the evolving nature of the industry’ according to director general Michael Rawlinson.