CEO Dr. Jo Twist: "Expanding the current Tier 2 system to EEA citizens would prove inefficient and cumbersome for the industry"
Politics & Law
Report suggests restricting sale of games containing loot boxes to players of legal gambling age
Agencies from Spain, UK, France, Washington State, and a dozen more concerns about "blurring of lines between gambling and gaming"
New Mexico lawsuit alleges companies illegally collected and tracked children's personal information
PUBG, World of Warcraft, others added to database to help cybersecurity and forensic experts better track software in investigations
FIFA publisher has kept loot boxes in its games despite Belgian Gaming Commission warning
Industry slowdown in the country could continue as China centralizes its approval process for new titles
IOC president Thomas Bach dismissed games as contradictory to Olympic values - but his approval is less important than what esports is building elsewhere
New measures required to ensure minors keep within play-time restrictions
America needs better leadership more than we need another video game. So, I am here for good.
No matter how heated a discussion, we expect Rioters to act with respect
Imagery was included to emphasise 'prison culture', review being conducted to check for other potentially offensive content
Also seeking damages from seven other defendants, including tournament venue Chicago Pizza and Jacksonville Landing mall
Also encourages regulations for screen time and introduction of age ratings for video games in China
Decade-old asset kit for RPG Maker pulled, along with wiki on how to develop with it
Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm join growing list of games forced to halt sale of loot boxes by Belgian authorities
UPDATE: Publisher also removes premium currency card packs from Dutch version, "disagrees with this position" in both nations
Meanwhile, ex-Riot artist and Jinx creator Katie De Sousa reflects on her own experiences, is confident studio can turn things around
Take-Two claims software by David Zipperer has cost the firm more than $500,000
With no games approved in four months, China's censorship regime is in flux; could game monetisation be in the sights of the new authorities?
Industry crowdfunds legal and medical fees for former Disney and Turbine developer Patricia A. Pizer after alleged assault
Grassroots movements aims to demonstrate the damage leaving the European Union will do to the UK games industry
Publisher says sale of sealed and unopened games still constitutes unauthorised reselling if listed as new
Market growth down to five per cent for first half of 2018, compared to nearly 30 per cent the year prior