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The Trade association for UK Interactive Entertainment

Recent articles about UKIE

UKIE: Shared data the key to more government support

Trade body encourages more games firms to get involved as industry rallies for consideration in Brexit negotiations

UK's biggest schools esports tournament returns to the London Games Festival

Tournament capitalising on success of previous year by demonstrating the power of games in building confidence, team work, and communication skills

UKIE refreshes parental advice site AskAboutGames in renewed VSC deal

Long-serving journalist Will Freeman hired as editor, year of new activities planned

UK video games tax relief payouts up 60% to 73m

Claims more than double year-on-year to 280 in 2016/17

Riot, Jagex become newest Ukie members

"Huge increase in applications to join the network" as membership grows to 365 companies

UKIE warns UK Conservative Party over immigration policy

But Dr Jo Twist welcomes 'commitments to support the UK games and wider creative industries'

Ukie's Student Game Jam starts today

Fourth and biggest event will see 21 teams from across the UK will compete over the next 48 hours

212 games approved for UK tax relief in 12 months

That's a rise of 59.4% year-on-year

GamesIndustry.biz Careers Fair: Full UKIE Careers Bar schedule revealed

Speakers from Unity, Playground Games, Playtonic Games, Creative Assembly, Team17 and more to offer jobs advice at EGX Rezzed

Ukie hires new head of public affairs

Tim Scott was programme director for tech and creative industries at London First

Resident Evil 7 tops UK January charts after less than a week on sale

Capcom's horror game helps physical market recover following slow start to the year

UKIE calls on Government to help Britain become an “eSports powerhouse”

Trade body outlines ambitions to help UK sector catch up with international rivals

167 games received tax relief from UK Government last year

Number of games utilising UK tax support jumps 117 percent

Ukie issues statement on Brexit

"Ukie is committed to ensuring the UK is the best place in the world to make and sell games"

Ukie and TIGA call for more investment ahead of UK Budget

Ukie is asking for 8 million in Lottery money to help British talent, TIGA wants a new fund to help connect devs to finance

Ukie partners with Superdata, Reflection

Trade group members will get research at a discount; tracking companies will get more data direct from the source

Ukie aims for 1 billion UK market growth by 2020

"Blueprint for Growth" report seeks to build on national industry's current strength

Revolution's Noirin Carmody is the new chair of Ukie

Andy Payne steps down after 10 years as chair; Bidwell, Barratt, Rigden and Woodley elected to the board

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  • London
  • W1F 8WP
  • United Kingdom

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