UPDATE: Video Standards Council is working with PEGI "to determine whether any changes to the PEGI criteria need to be made"
Trade bodies and industry veterans discuss the role a publicly-funded agency could play in driving the UK's games industry forward
Time for a "single national public agency to champion games", says institute
UPDATE: "The story doesn't reconcile logically with the facts," says site founder
Designer Rosa Carbó-Mascarell on using video games to make politics accessible
Exiting the EU is one of the biggest challenges the UK games sector has ever faced; the industry desperately needs its access to skilled staff to be protected
"We're not getting a response from government that will prevent companies from deploying their contingency plans now"
At Poland's Games Industry Conference, six European developer associations pledged to work together to achieve their goals
Bethesda marketing boss Pete Hines discusses publisher's marketing for upcoming anti-Nazi shooter
Gaming chat and text app blocks alt-right server and bans users
There is a constant shortage of qualified, high-skilled labour within our industry
Scott Ludlam resigns over dual citizenship mistake, sending "shockwaves" through the developer community
I thought that this is impossible. I can't possibly write music for this game. I'm just not good enough
Improbable's Oliver Lewis and Nick Button-Brown want to unlock the potential of games as an antidote for "fake news, bias and extremism"
BGI needs £8 million a year for its plans, rising to as much as £12 million after three years
Meet the Syrian and Iranian developers making an opportunity of Donald Trump's travel ban - with a little help from Unity
"Digital" added to recognise the UK government's "significant new responsibilities"
First time the country's leader will open long-running video games expo
Andy Robson apologises for Facebook rant, but Rami Ismail says such attitudes have a "stifling effect" on developers
Oculus co-founder wants to use self-driving car technology to monitor borders for illegal crossings
The games industry has made commendable steps in its sourcing of conflict minerals, but the law that made it possible is facing repeal
This is not some kind of corporate step. It means a lot to us
With the UK Parliamentary election only days away, there are too many defining policy differences in the parties' manifestos for the industry to stay mute
But Dr Jo Twist welcomes 'commitments to support the UK games and wider creative industries'
With an election on the way, UK trade group tells government what the industry needs to succeed in a post-Brexit world