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Since 2004, Andy Payne has been leading the UK games industry at its trade body, UKIE.
UKIE’s 2015 member survey has found that four out of five UK video games businesses expect to experience growth in the next 18 months.
MCV publisher Michael French is to leave his post on September 18th for a new role with UKIE and Film London.
UK games industry trade body UKIE has joined the call for more sharing of digital and download sales figures.
The UK trade body’s community and engagement assistant Jenny Brammall has been promoted.
Mind Candy says it has already changed Moshi Monsters after breaching the Advertising Code.
Four weeks after it first claimed the top spot, LEGO Jurassic Park is back to No.1 in the UK All Formats Top 40.
After seven years of bogies, Rory McIlroy has helped 2015’s instalment in the PGA Tour series straight to the UK retail chart top spot.
Holy sales, Batman! Arkham Knight has beaten The Witcher 3 to become this year’s biggest launch to date.
The UK is once again the official partner country for Gamescom 2015.
Bethesda is top of the charts for the first time in over a year with The Elder Scrolls Online.
A free networking expo will take place next month, aiming to showcase the games talent in and around Guildford.
G3: Galvanizing Guildford Games is a free networking expo that will showcase the games industry in and around Guildford.
Trade body UKIE has made some new additions to its Board of directors.
UK Chancellor George Osborne has in today’s budget promised increased tax credit support for the games industry.
PEGI age ratings will now be displayed on games sold on the Google Play store.
Last week’s MCV and UKIE figures valuing the market for games in the UK showed a growth once more in consumer hunger for games.
UKIE is about to embark on a significant research project into London's digital skills needs – an initiative that will be funded by the Mayor of London's London Enterprise Panel.
Batman: Arkham Knight, No Man’s Sky, Fable Legends, Total War: Attila and Tearaway Unfolded have been named alongside Star War, Avengers, James Bond, Downton Abbey, Coldplay and Rita Ora as ...
Three of 2014’s biggest games have held their UK retail podium positions as we kick off the New Year.