TIGA called on British game tax cuts, we should take care of game is to delist




TIGA called on the British game tax cuts, we should take care of the game is to delist
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UK game tax cut bill, the look is still something to discuss.

Based on the British government is scheduled to open in April this year, games, animation, and high-end television industry able to benefit from the tax credits of 25%, the UK trade association TIGA (The Independent Game Developers’ Association) has recently come out to appeal, the tax cuts should cover According to a survey of the game, including, in 2011 22% of the British game developers once publishers cancel works listed.


▲ British developer Eidos canceled in 2010, “Highlander: The Game”.

This provision is made public at the end of last year, once only open to a “real” game as well as the contents of the Ordinance public ridicule is simply past film-related regulations “movies” text directly intact into a “game” to apply; this TIGA jumped out to sound, since unissued movie is also in line with the scope of tax exemption, that the unreleased game should also be included in the relief project.

In short, once the proposal is adopted, developers estimate will be appropriate incentives and indirectly may promote the development of more new series of works.



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