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TIGA and Rebellion CEOs will represent game developers at a House of Commons enquiry on harmful content

TIGA CEO Richard Wilson and Rebellion CEO and creative director Jason Kingsley have said that they will be representing game developers at a House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee enquiry.

The enquiry, which takes place tomorrow, is on "Harmful Content on the Internet and in Videogames."

Kingsley and Wilson are scheduled to provide evidence to the Committee between 11.30 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. GMT.

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