European Commission Issues New Free To Play Guidelines

If the headline didn't grab you, dealing as it does with filthy money, horrid free-to-play games and the words 'European Commission', then the actual content of the new ruling will. Following numerous complaints regarding the marketing and promotion of games categorised as 'free to play', the EC has created a new common position for companies... Continue Reading →

European Commission Approves Tax Relief For UK Games Industry

After years of campaigning, outreach, advocacy and explaining things patiently to various governments, parliaments and public sector bodies, the European Commission has finally approved the games production credit scheme. From April, companies across the UK will be able to apply for tax relief on the production of games which pass a cultural test. The test... Continue Reading →

EU To Investigate Tax Relief For Games Sector

The European Commission is to open an investigation into the UK's plans to provide tax relief to the video games industry. ┬áIn a press release issued on Tuesday, the European commission outlined why it believes that tax relief may not be required and in some cases may lead to unfair competition and discrimination. Here's the... Continue Reading →

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