"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
Should final attempt at a resolution fail, SAG-AFTRA members will stop work on all games that started production after Feb. 17, 2015
CCP has updated its EULA to stress its anti-gambling policy and has issued account suspensions
CS:GO skins controversy continues for the Steam platform holder
Cites lack of funds in termination filing after "business was destroyed completely"
Charles Maurice of Stevens & Bolton LLP summarises your responsibilities
"They are the ones buying these rights and they almost want it for free"
Curt Schilling, three others admit no wrongdoing in proposed end to Rhode Island lawsuit; money would come from insurance
Indie studio alleged harassment in $18m lawsuit against Steam users, now considering legal action against Valve for its response
UK Gambling Commission prosecuting two FIFA streamers for promoting gambling
72% of smelters and refiners in Mario maker's supply chain certified as not funding crimes against humanity
Harbottle & Lewis explores the potential product liability and data protection issues that might emerge with the rise of virtual reality
DMCA takedown notice prompts closure of more than 500 projects on GameJolt
Telecommunications company cites four patents in suit
Amended complaint makes direct accusations against John Carmack, questions Luckey's role in Rift's creation
Detroit-area couple says they don't feel safe as players loiter, trespass, harass home owners near in-game hotspots
Developer goes after hackers behind LeagueSharp subscription service "dedicated to destroying the LoL player experience"
"Denuvo allowed 650,000 pirates to breach their servers for 3 days. And they call themselves the most secure company?"
Will the industry side with sex offenders or risk legislators hobbling a new market just as it gets going?