Depreciation of sterling had positive impact on 11% games firms, according to survey
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A lack of recognition of the games industry's needs from government have created concerns over hiring and trade that will continue into next year
ESA "disappointed" as US governing body votes 3-2 to abandon rule preventing service providers from blocking traffic
Alleges Cloud Imperium is still using CryEngine, but studio will "defend vigourously" against "meritless lawsuit"
PUBG creator laments the lack of deterrents for copycats, says clones stifle innovation
Department for Internal Affairs will continue to follow the international discussion around loot boxes"
Head of game operations laid off in October, still waiting on severance pay
Dealing with abusive behaviour and trolling in games is an old problem, but rarely has the issue been so serious, or the responses so lacking, as in 2017
Campaigners concerned by the depiction of violence against children
Latest episode available now, discusses how to arrange merchandise deals and more
Connecticut-based HoloTouch claims that HoloLens actually infringes two of its patents
Hawaii also considers legislation against "Star Wars-themed online casino"
The Chancellor of the Exchequer also confirmed plans to invest £500m in the Tech sector
Gamers who rely on equal access to the internet may no longer have any such guarantee
Players frustrated after spending hundreds of dollars on in-game microtransactions
Number of visas doubled to bring in more talent, with three £20m schemes planned to grow Britain's digital industries
TIGA CEO Richard Wilson stresses the importance of a less restrictive migration policy to the future of the UK games industry
Automotive firm says series success came "only at the expense of AM General"
Agreement yields improvements in transparency and payment structure
Trade body encourages more games firms to get involved as industry rallies for consideration in Brexit negotiations
Industry group endorses legislation that would reduce US corporate tax rate to 20%, saying it would spark "greater economic opportunity and innovation"
"The popular imagination of games hasn't quite caught up to the reality," says Near Future Society co-founder Oliver Lewis
Thunderbird Strike an eco-terrorist version of Angry Birds," says Republican senator
Trade bodies and industry veterans discuss the role a publicly-funded agency could play in driving the UK's games industry forward
UPDATE: Video Standards Council is working with PEGI "to determine whether any changes to the PEGI criteria need to be made"