The agreement will be "more flexible and forgiving to creators who inadvertently or incidentally use music in their streams"
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As part of the GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards, we've invited panellists to talk about actionable steps against climate change
"ˇVamos a Jugar!" (let's play) to offer guides to parental controls, age ratings and more for Spanish-speaking parents and guardians
Chacko Sonny set to depart this week, Blizzard says Overwatch 2 is in "final stages of production"
Agency aims to work with games industry "to produce game trailers, cinematics, key art and more"
Update: SEC and EEOC have also been investigating as Kotick insists there is "no place" for unequal treatment at the publisher
Papo & Yo dev rebrands as it focuses on VR development, metaverse content creation, and location-based entertainment
Samantha Ebelthite discusses EA's awareness campaign with Internet Matters and her new role as vice chair of UKIE
EA veterans form new studio that aims to develop co-op games that are "deep, replayable, and socially creative"
After two more investigations are revealed by the press, publisher's CEO says it is "committed to addressing all workplace issues in a forthright and prompt manner"
Creative Assembly's studio director reflects on lessons learned while managing one of the UK's biggest developers during lockdown
Latest episode also discusses Epic vs Apple judgment and pays tribute to Sir Clive Sinclair
Players encouraged to identify games that don't require real name registration or implement time and spending limits
We speak to three developers about the complex stories dating games can tell, and the risks of doing so
Claire Hart served for more than three years at the World of Warcraft firm
Sponsored article: Improbable Multiplayer Services shares advice on delivering a successful 'event' for your service-based game
Nintendo Switch game sales increase slightly following price drop
Update: Equal Employement Opportunity Commission reportedly also looking into allegations against publisher
"A true pioneer of affordable gaming, helping to set the strong foundations of the great UK games industry"
Russia-based games brand previously took a minority stake in the studio last year
Pokémon Go studio will remove app from stores and stop real-money purchases as project
Update: Employer Blackbird Interactive investigating whether any misconduct has occurred at the studio
Behaviour Interactive's Rémi Racine explores ways to address the micro-level impact of COVID and better support staff going forwards
The feature gives players the ability to see the content of a loot box prior to purchase
Stuart Dinsey believes the question of legislation will come down to the actions of a few big companies "who have had a hugely profitable business model rightly challenged"