Dispute between founders lead to payout of €7.2m for departing Dino Patti
In light of some recent high profile hacks, Cyber security and data privacy lawyer Stefano Debolini from the games legal firm Sheridans explains what you need to be aware of if it happens to you and how you can avoid it.
ZeniMax vs. Oculus trial reveals Mark Zuckerberg's shifting expectations: "These things end up being more complex than you think up front"
"ZeniMax and id Software are the visionary developers of breakthrough VR technology"
Former football player and pro wrestler claims his likeness, voice were stolen for Cole Train
A Dallas court heard the opening statements yesterday, trial is expected to last three weeks
Cambridge-based developer claims it is owed $2.2m, has attempted to resolve situation without legal action
Stevens & Bolton's Grace McNulty-Brown advises devs on how to protect their project's secrets ahead of release - and what to do if leaks do occur
Former FX artists claims he has not been paid since September, pay troubles began in May
IP law expert Bruce Itchkawitz details how games developers can use expediting channels to increase their chance of success at the USPTO
UPDATE: Ubisoft has decided to appeal the French AMF's decision to sanction its team members
Players must be aware of the percentages behind random prizes, says new law
Creator of Doom-inspired rogue-like told to remove trademark-infringing content from site
Veteran performer praises Naughty Dog's developers at the Game Awards, contradicting SAG-AFTRA's strike position
In responses to takedown request N-Dream appears to blame iLogos, the studio it allegedly contracted for Runorama
California man found guilty of defrauding EA of $16 million for hack that amassed huge amount of in-game currency
The e-tailer will set up a year-long process to reimburse parents for in-app purchases their children made without permission
Website shows counter-proposals firms believe satisfies union's demands, claims members were not informed
"We are willing to stay out as long as it takes." union says, with more actions against target companies promised
Turkish developer claims new My Little Pony title is derived from its own Toy Blast
Prominent VO artist Jennifer Hale says SAG-AFTRA strike is against "giant corporations" rather than "new and smaller developers"
Final negotiations stalled on pay, picket line will form outside EA's offices on Monday October 24
The EGDF's Jari-Pekka Kaleva anticipates a major legal hurdle
"As we have explained on multiple occasions, Valve is not engaged in gambling or the promotion of gambling, and we do not 'facilitate gambling'"
Law firm representing the industry says the union's members work on less than 25% of games made