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Doubts raised over game tax breaks

Fresh uncertainties have been cast over the Lib-Con government’s intention to deliver on its pre-election promise of game development tax breaks.

Trade site Gamesindustry.biz says it has heard from ‘political insiders’, who state that a game development tax breaks scheme for the UK is now off the table.

The anonymous source, or sources, said that it would be impossible" and "political suicide" for the coalition government to implement game tax breaks during these early days into the new administration.

For the full story, head over to Develop.

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