Games industry trade bodies confirmed for Gamers' Voice Parliamentary Games Day

The various trade bodies representing the UK Video Game industry have confirmed that they will be attending including

    <*>Dr Richard Wilson, CEO of TIGA <*>Michael Rawlinson of UKIE <*>Gianni Zamo of the Video Standard Council, who are involved with implementing the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) rating system in the UK. <*>Dave Green from Bafta, who are the leading independent charity in the UK supporting, developing and promoting the art forms of the moving image.
The event is scheduled for Wednesday 12 th January 2011 in the Macmillan room, Portcullis House.

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Notes to Editor

    <*> Gamers' Voice is an independent pressure group representing video and computer gamers in the UK which seeks to act as a conduit to make our voice heard in the government and mainstream media <*> In November 2009, Tom Watson MP founded Gamers' Voice on Facebook in order to bring together gamers from across the UK in response to negative articles on gamers in the UK media; Gamers’ Voice has over 16,000 members.

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