UK game industry rejoices as EU approves tax breaks
The European Commission has approved tax breaks for the UK video game industry which trade bodies estimate could result in a welcome £188 million extra per year for the rapidly-growing and increasingly important sector.
It comes after many years of campaigning for such a change – helping the UK to continue being a market-leading force in the global games industry.
Many high-profile UK game studios have closed in recent years; most-recently Blitz Games who shuttered their windows after 23 years in business. IGN...