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Tim Scott joins from London First, Games London gains Calvin and Thursten departs Future Publishing.
Christophe Balestra has announced that he is leaving Uncharted developer Naughty Dog at the start of next month.
CV Bay’s managing consultant and gaming specialist Katie Edwards discusses the shift to cloud gaming and free-to-play, and how this has affected recruitment.
MCV, Develop and eSports Pro: New editors, new events, and new sites for Newbay's expanding video games division
Newbay’s video games division has four new senior editorial staff working across the market leading MCV and Develop titles, as the firm expands its presence in the events space and ...
Reports suggest that Roadhouse Interactive has been shut down.
PlayStation has laid off an unconfirmed number of employees from its San Diego development studios.
A Blizzard veteran has decided to lay down his tools and opt for a life away from the games industry.
Germany-based games firm Wooga has been struck by a series of layoffs that see 40 staff dismissed from the company.
Brighton-based Buzz developer Relentless is closing after 13 years.
The head of Sony’s third party developer relations Adam Boyes has announced his decision to return to development.
British outlet Rare has furthered strengthened its workforce by picking up devs from studios struck by layoffs and closures.
Blizzard is looking for someone to head up its Diablo franchise following the news that game director Josh Mosqueira has left the studio.
Consumer games site Destructoid has let its three UK writers go.
Angry Birds developer Rovio has taken another big hit, as long-time ‘brand ambassador’ and executive Peter Vesterbacka has announced his departure from the company.
1,850 jobs are to be cut as part of Microsoft’s ending of its $7.2bn Nokia adventure.
Sumo Digital’s Nottingham offices have picked up the former art director for deceased developer Lionhead.
The UK games industry is lagging behind other creative sectors when it comes to female employment rates.
Reports in the Japanese press suggest that Tatsuya Minami, the president of developer Platinum Games, has stepped down from his role and currently left the company.
Long-term Street Fighter designer Hidetoshi ‘Neo G’ Ishizawa has joined rival fighting game developer SNK.
The creator of MotorStorm and Driveclub has closed its doors.
5th Cell, creator of the Scribblenauts series has been forced to cut a number of positions.
Ubisoft is the latest publisher to head to Guildford to offer work to Lionhead staff.
The developer behind MMO Wildstar is confirmed significant job losses at its studio.
Oskar Burman has stepped down from his position as GM of Rovio Stockholm.
The editor for franchises including Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Guild Wars and Gears of War is to leave games development completely.