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Andy Payne: Brexit threatens UK talent pool

Games are global and for over ten years developers and publishers have been able to sell their games digitally pretty much everywhere around the globe, bar China, from their location of choice. The UK has a rich games development history, but has also done much to encourage entrepreneurs and start …

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Is the BGI Brexit’s silver lining? Ukie and TIGA discuss the future of UK government funding

We think it’s fair to say that the UK games industry was largely opposed to Brexit. While the EU wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea, the alternative is far less palatable – businesses like to make plans and that’s kind of tricky when the currency is volatile. Your staff might want …

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Riot blames Brexit for UK League of Legends price hikes

UK League of Legends players face a currency price hike thanks to the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Prices are being increased by 20 per cent after the Pound’s failure to remain strong and stable and recover its post-vote losses. The changes will come into effect on July …

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Opinion: Stefano Petrullo discusses E3 2017 and the impact of Brexit

Welcome to E3, Los Angeles, and the biggest video games trade show in the world! In truth, I’m penning this piece not while basking in the hot, Californian sun, but rather from my house in a typically overcast south London. For once in my life I won’t be wandering the …

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