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UK Charts: World War Z lurches to the top in debut week

The Division 2 drops to No.3, Snooker 19: The Official Video Game debuts at No.9

Record year for UK games market as spending nears £6bn

Software alone accounted for £4 billion in revenue for the first time, records broken in hardware and digital spending

Ukie to explore British game dev history with "30 Years of Play" campaign

Year-long push coincides with the UK trade body's 30th anniversary

UK's digital download charts - everything you need to know

What's included and, more importantly, what's not

World Health Organization and ESA meet to discuss gaming disorder diagnosis

UPDATE: UKIE and ISFE also urged WHO to "reconsider the mounting evidence" during formal dialogue last month

The UK Games Industry in 2018: Winners and Losers

Nintendo and Sony shine as EA falters

Nintendo dominated UK games market over Christmas

Although most games were still bought on PlayStation 4

Red Dead Redemption 2 claims UK Christmas No.1

FIFA 19 will hold on as this year's best-selling game

Red Dead Redemption 2 reclaims No.1 in UK charts

Super Smash Bros tumbles to No.4

UK government pours £20m into creative industries

Investment includes £190,000 for UK Games Fund and £200,000 for Digital Schoolhouse

Parental guidance site AskAboutGames gets new look, new editor

Deal renewed between trade body UKIE and Video Standards Council, more emphasis placed on video content

Pokémon and Spyro top hyper competitive week at UK games retail

It's a tough start for Fallout 76 and Hitman 2

Brexit draft agreement “not ideal” for UK games industry

Trade bodies and other industry organisations warn of further uncertainty following Prime Minister's proposed withdrawal deal

Ukie study shows potential of esports as a route to games careers

Findings announced at Ukie AGM, where new board members were also announced

UKIE responds to Migration Advisory Committee immigration post-Brexit report

CEO Dr. Jo Twist: "Expanding the current Tier 2 system to EEA citizens would prove inefficient and cumbersome for the industry"

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