TIGA asks UK government to protect status of existing EU workers

Migrant workers fill vital gaps in country's skillset, says body

By Dan Pearson

TIGA calls for government to reassure UK games industry

Post-Brexit Britain will be a harder place to do business, warns body

By Dan Pearson

Ukie issues statement on Brexit

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

By Dan Pearson

From the archives: Brexit to Desktop?

What the UK industry was saying about leaving the EU before it actually happened

By George Osborn

EA: Trump video "an unauthorized use of our IP"

Presidential candidate tweets fan-made, Mass Effect robbing video

By Rachel Weber

GamePolitics shutting down

Entertainment Consumers Association pulls the plug on specialist gaming site after 11 years

By Brendan Sinclair

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

By Matthew Handrahan

Disgraced politician Leland Yee gets five years in prison

"Haunted" former senator who crusaded against the games industry found guilty of corruption

By Matthew Handrahan

Push off Paxman

Why a bunch of game developers are working with a political commentary site

By Tomas Rawlings

237 games certified for Video Games Tax Relief in 2015

Total budget for UK/EEA games came to 730 million, according to BFI data

By Matthew Handrahan

Bethesda joins ESA

Fallout publisher signs up with trade group alongside Vantiv, Greybox, and Snail Games

By Brendan Sinclair

ESA names new gov't affairs directors

Trade group taps Nika Nour, Melissa Foxman, Kevin O'Hanlon to advocate for games industry with US federal officials

By Brendan Sinclair

80% of US gamers plan to vote in 2016 - Survey

ESA-funded look at gamers' political leanings find more identify as conservative than liberal

By Brendan Sinclair

Ukie aims for 1 billion UK market growth by 2020

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

By Matthew Handrahan

ESA butts heads with UN over online harassment report

[UPDATE] UN pulls report on cyber violence against women and girls, apologizes for errors and poor sourcing

By Brendan Sinclair

All creative staff should support the actors

Actors haven't jumped an imaginary queue by demanding better treatment, but their stand might improve conditions for all creatives

By Rob Fahey

Australia sees surge in banned games

Classification of digital games using IARC leads to 220 titles banned in less than four months

By Brendan Sinclair

Apple pulls games with Confederate flag imagery

Civil War games removed from App Store [UPDATE: Apple reinstating some games with the flag]

By Brendan Sinclair

France reforms cultural tax breaks for games

Government loosens restrictions on qualification, allowing 18-rated games

By Dan Pearson

Conflict minerals the real link between games and violence

Game industry's track record of making sure its money doesn't fund war crimes in DR Congo is improving, but still appalling

By Brendan Sinclair

John Whittingdale named head of Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Former chair of CMS select committee is a longstanding supporter of games industry tax breaks

By Matthew Handrahan

GamerGate meetup halted by bomb threat

Police interrupt weekend Washington, D.C. gathering of movement supporters

By Brendan Sinclair

Is the US gov't finally over video game violence?

Mark DeLoura, former senior advisor at the White House, says the government is far more concerned with opportunities games offer the public

By James Brightman

Report: Firmware update sets Chinese Xbox Ones region free

Machines thought to be able to play imported games, international multiplayer

By Dan Pearson

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