Alfie Bown's Guardian comment piece makes some interesting connections, but games are so much more than alt-right fantasies
Big names from developers, including Ninja Theory and TT Games, help increase attendance by 15 per cent
Former IGN and current Gamespot editor Kallie Plagge shared her experiences via the #metoo campaign
Four studios took home Awards and prizes at the event during the NASSCOM Game Developers Conference
The EU commission decided not to raise any objections to the continuation of the scheme which has help boost the UK games industry
Speakers who have worked with TT Games, Frontier Developments, Ninja Theory and Criterion are just some who will be at the event
CEO Jeffery Rosen welcomes the move saying "as far as we’ve come, we know we are just getting started"
The second series, called 'The Next Level' will be launching in November and look at how the UK is an industry leader in games development
The review by ITV Chair, Sir Peter Bazalgette, recommends that the UK games fund recieve an extra investment of £23.7m
The new partnership with CWLEP will look to build on the local success in the industry out of Leamington Spa
Co-founder of the studio tweeted the news after the influencer used the language this weekend on a live stream
gamescom beats its own record for attendance and devcom will return in 2018
New performance capture techonology can capture more detailed images with upgraded camera technology and more
Games Abandon Ship and Loco Dojo win the Awards following a vote by conference attendees
Magic Leap's Graeme Devine spoke on the opening keynote for Evolve:Brighton on mixed reality and how the company approached it
Indigo Pearl, the games industry’s multi award-winning PR agency, has been running as an independent since 1999. Here, Caroline Miller, Founder & Director, gives us an insight into how indies can do their own PR without hiring an agency, and introduces DXN, the game key distribution service it’s developed to help developers get that all-important discoverability.
Nine games are shortlisted with all of them playable at the conference and the winner announce don July 13th
Networking body want an increase of 40 per cent by 2022 to strengthen sector
The 27 year career will be summed up with the aid of EDGE editor Nathan Brown at this years conference.
The 2017 conference's third keynote to be delivered by the NYU professor
report highlights the cultural and economic contributions that the region makes to the UK games industry