Games industry singled out to benefit from new Government commitments

Games could get tax credits in the UK

The British Government has launched its new strategy paper: Creative Britain: New Talents for a New Economy.

The new strategy has been announced by the secretary of state for culture media and sport, Andy Burnham, and is designed to research the economic benefits of the creative industries and raise awareness of the current R&D tax credit scheme available for the games industry.

The report also said the UK could get its own tax credit, or at least explore the issue and how it effects competitiveness. To find out more read the full story on MCV.

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