This month Ukie has partnered with the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) on a new campaign for games, Must Play May.
To the wider world, the games industry has never been more successful. More people than ever are playing games and they now tackle broad range of topics and genres, across a number of platforms, spending £5.7 billion on games and games culture in 2018. They offer fun and many other positive benefits to the globally connected communities of millions who play them safely and sensibly every day.
Ukie statement on the recent dialogue between the World Health Organization and the video games sector.
The purpose of the consultation was to provide the WHO with information on the video game industry, and discuss the part that video games and other industries could play in contributing to public health objectives.
Our statement regarding the meeting is as follows:
New Guides for Social Media launched by UKCCIS
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has launched two new guides to keeping children safe online. UKCCIS is a group of more than 200 organisations from across government, industry, law, academia and charity sectors, working in partnership to help keep children safe online. Ukie sits on the Council to represent the games industry so that a balanced and informed approach is taken.
Ukie responds to ASA ruling
Ukie responds to APA report