Relentless and Sports Interactive put weight behind GamesAid

New developer-supported UK charity launches

A new charity for the videogames industry, called GamesAid, has launched today, reports MCV.

The charity, which is seen as a replacement for the ESC by some, is meant to be a less rigid affair. It has opened with seven trustees, two of whom being Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson and Relentless’ Andrew Eades.

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